Deposit Account Fraud
In Georgia, deposit account fraud is a serious offense. If you’re convicted of this type of fraud, then the penalties you face can include up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. Deposit account fraud occurs when you make, draw, utter, execute, or deliver a check or other such instrument for payment from a bank or other such depository when you know it will not be honored.
Conaway & Strickler, P.C., realizes that sometimes people make poor or desperate decisions in today’s times of a struggling economy, high unemployment and financial troubles. We know that although deposit account fraud isn’t as serious of an offense as other crimes, nevertheless most banks, businesses, prosecutors and judges seek severe penalties for this type of crime. The penalties depend on the:
- Extent and nature of the deposit account fraud offense
- Previous or prior convictions for this type or similar crimes
- Amount or quantity of money
Our law firm is experienced in criminal defense for deposit account fraud charges on both the state and federal levels.Atlanta Deposit Account Fraud Attorneys
We have a variety of ways to protect and defend you from accusations, allegations or charges of deposit account fraud. The attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., will investigate the circumstances of your unique case to provide you the best representation possible. Don’t allow deposit account fraud charges to disrupt your life, family or future. Secure a criminal defense lawyer who is experienced with deposit account fraud.
Deposit account fraud laws are quite complex and confusing. At the law offices of Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we will carefully evaluate our clients’ charges, and provide competent attorneys with firsthand knowledge of the specific laws pertaining to deposit account fraud. Contact the law firm of Conaway & Strickler, P.C., today for a free and confidential evaluation of your case.