Forgery

Forgery is typically considered a white collar crime and can be prosecuted either in federal or state court. In the state of Georgia, forgery involves altering, possessing or making any writing in a false name or in the name of another without authorization and carries a prison sentence of up to 10 years. Federal penalties vary depending on the type of forgery charge.

If you're currently being investigated for forgery in state or federal court, it's imperative that you secure the services of experienced criminal defense attorneys in order to ensure that your rights and interests are protected throughout the process and to obtain the best possible outcome in your case. Forgery convictions depend upon proof of criminal intent and the burden of proof lies with the prosecution. Accordingly, a Georgia forgery lawyer who has a thorough working knowledge of the federal and state forgery laws can make all the difference in your case.

Atlanta Forgery Attorneys

At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., our hard work and dedication to the defense of individuals and businesses charged with criminal offenses have earned us a national reputation for superior criminal defense. We've been called "one of America's best criminal defense firms" by Newsweek magazine and are dedicated to putting all of our expertise to work for our clients. We are firmly committed to providing effective legal representation and work diligently to bring about the best possible outcome in every case.

The cornerstone of our practice is the protection of your constitutional rights, your liberty and your reputation. When it comes to cases of Atlanta forgery charges, our attorneys conduct intensive, independent investigations and work with forensics experts and other expert witnesses to build a solid defense. We offer case evaluations and initial consultations free of charge. Contact us today to learn more about how Conaway & Strickler, P.C., can help.