Counterfeiting is considered to be a “paper crime,” and it happens when you alter a document without being authorized to do so. If you’re facing charges, immediately speak with a counterfeiting attorney.
The most commonly counterfeited documents consist of titles, deeds, money orders, checks, and documents used in identity theft crimes, like driver licenses.
Being convicted of this crime can result in thousands of dollars in fines, lengthy probationary periods, and years in jail or prison.
This is why it’s critical to retain experienced representation immediately.
At The Law Offices of Barton Morris, our counterfeiting experts have a comprehensive understanding of this area of law.
In fact, backed by more than 20 years of criminal defense experience, we’re highly knowledgeable about Michigan’s counterfeiting laws.
We can expertly guide you throughout the legal process while helping you make well-informed decisions.
You can trust us to provide you with the strong representation you need.
Facing counterfeiting charges? Unhappy with your current counterfeiting attorney? Request a free consultation now.