Milford Counterfeiting Attorney
Counterfeiting is a criminal offense which has long been associated with legal tender alone. Years ago, counterfeiting was an offense punishable by death. Today, counterfeiting may refer to creating false money as well as other important documents. It may also include counterfeiting goods such as designer purses, watches or jewelry.
Counterfeiting is illegal and may be punished under Massachusetts State Law or Federal Law.
Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney at our firm today if you or someone you know has been accused of any type of criminal offense involving Counterfeiting or Forgery. We understand how these charges work and will get involved immediately, in order to protect your rights. Counterfeiting charges can be complex, but we are able to work with experts in the field and have the resources to conduct a thorough investigation into our clients’ charges. We will work to build an aggressive defense strategy.
Counterfeiting and Forgery in Uxbridge, Wrentham and Marlboro
The skilled Massachusetts Forgery Defense lawyers at the Law Office of Michael J. Brothers can handle all types of counterfeiting and forgery charges, including those involving:
- Counterfeiting private labels or goods
- Forging official signatures
- Counterfeiting checks or other bank documents
- Possession of forged bank documents
- Counterfeiting legal tender
- Making or possessing instruments to create counterfeit legal tender
- Counterfeiting medical documents
- Counterfeiting identification cards or driver’s licenses
- Counterfeiting blank prescription slips
Why a Criminal Defense Lawyer?
Your Massachusetts defense lawyer will be the one person on your side in court who has the legal prowess and experience to positively impact your case. You may face imprisonment, heavy fines, probation and a number of other serious penalties if you are convicted. You will need a Massachusetts Counterfeiting defense attorney to protect your rights through every step of your case.
Facing counterfeiting charges in Massachusetts? Contact a criminal defense lawyer at the Law Office of Michael J. Brothers Law today.