Forth Worth Check Fraud Lawyer
Tarrant County Stolen Check Charges Defense Attorney
Fraudulently signing or stealing a check, even if you never actually pass the check, can be considered a felony in the State of Texas and lead to serious penalties if convicted. It sometimes surprises our clients how serious check fraud and check theft is taken, and how much attention this kind of case demands from a lawyer with real defense experience.
Serving Fort Worth and clients throughout Tarrant County for 15 years, our attorney, David E. Cook, is a trusted name in theft crimes and fraud defense. We provide the kind of close personal attention that happens at a small firm. We are focused from the moment we take your case on getting meaningful results.
Don’t Let a Check Fraud Mistake Change Your Life
Many of the clients we work with have never been charged with a crime before now. We understand the worry and stress that happens to people facing serious criminal charges. It is important to have a reliable voice of reason on your side that can guide you to real answers based on proven experience.
Our attorney has handled theft crime cases of all kinds over a substantial career spent in criminal defense. We know what to expect from local courts, and the ways that we can challenge the prosecution or even seek alternatives to trial and conviction. Our goal isn’t simply to find the best short term solution, but also the answer that can help in the long run.
Schedule a Free Consultation to Review Your Case
A felony conviction can carry jail time, probation and hefty fines. Beyond that it can also prevent you from getting the right job, education, loan or home for years and decades to come. Take action now by working with a check card defense lawyer you can trust.
Call our office at 817-545-3309 or contact us online to set up an appointment.