Colorado Criminal Defense Attorney Forgery and Fraud
A white collar crime is unique in that it is normally perpetrated by someone who has been placed into a position of trust. Most often this means that perpetrators are someone who is held in high social standing, such as a high-ranking executive or a government professional. In many cases the motivations for these crimes is for personal financial gain, but could also be to help a business gain an unfair advantage or avoid losing property.
If you are facing charges of a white collar crime, you could be facing serious penalties. Many white collar crimes are considered to be felonies in the United States, which means you should retain Colorado criminal defense attorney Molly Jansen Law Group as soon as possible.
If you have been charged with a crime, contact an experienced Denver Criminal Defense attorney, Molly Jansen Law Group, by filling out our online contact form or call our office for a free consultation.
Click links to read Colorado Revised Statues
18-5-104. Second degree forgery
18-5-105. Criminal possession of a forged instrument
18-5-107. Criminal possession of second degree forged instrument
18-5-109. Criminal possession of forgery devices
18-5-702. Unauthorized use of a financial transaction device
18-5-706. Criminal possession of forgery devices
18-5-707. Unlawful manufacture of a financial transaction device
18-5-905. Possession of identity theft tools