Defense Against Charges Of Deposit Account Fraud
Steep fines and penalties, including imprisonment for up to three years, can accompany deposit account fraud charges. But there are several elements that must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt for a conviction.
At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we have a thorough understanding of the Georgia criminal court system and a deep understanding of Georgia law as it relates to deposit account fraud, which leaves us uniquely suited to defending our clients against charges related to deposit account fraud. We successfully handled numerous cases in this legal area, and are poised to help you, too. Protect your rights and your liberty by contacting our lawyers today.
What Is ‘Deposit Account Fraud’?
Deposit account fraud occurs when an individual knowingly attempts to deposit a check with the full knowledge that it won’t be honored by the account it is being drawn on. When sums of $500 or more are in question, the accused faces penalties of multiple years in prison and a possible fine of $5,000 per count. Multiple counts also increase one’s exposure to a lengthy prison sentence.
Whether you’re under investigation or have been charged with deposit account fraud, it’s imperative that you have top-quality legal counsel and representation. With this in mind, our firm offers free case evaluations and initial consultations to individuals facing related charges. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights and interests at every stage of the proceedings.
We understand that the burden of proof lies with the prosecution in any case and firmly uphold the legal principle that every defendant is innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. To learn more, call us at 470-357-6280 or contact us online.