Theft, Fraud & Forgery

Fraud, theft and forgery are crimes of dishonesty. Having a conviction for one of these offenses will bar you from certain employment, entitlement programs, and may affect your immigration status. The general commonality between all of these offenses is that the offender either took property or someone else’s identity without asking, or misled another person or institution for personal or financial gain. Whether it is shoplifting from a local retailer, or passing a check that doesn’t belong to you, it is theft, and treated seriously by the courts. If you have been charged with any kind of theft, fraud or forgery case, it is important to retain a lawyer to represent you. A conviction of this type may have dire consequences that will affect you for the rest of your life. If you ever think you’ll want to get a loan, work with money, or care for the infirm, it is critical that you are represented in court. Catherine Turner understands that sometimes people make mistakes, have accidents, or get in desperate situations. She will work with you to fight the charges so the long term effects are minimized.

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