Charged with Counterfeiting?

If you have been charged with this crime, then you need representation on your side so that you can combat the accusations made against you. Counterfeiting is a white collar crime in Florida, and can result in serious penalties for a criminal conviction. If you are convicted of the crime of counterfeiting legal tender, then you could face up to $250,000 in fines and up to 20 years in prison. If the crime you are charged with committing results in financial gain or loss to anyone other than yourself, then you could face even greater penalties.

Representing Criminally Accused Residents of Tampa, Florida

If you have been arrested and charged with the crime of counterfeiting, then you need to remember your constitutional rights. First, you have the right to remain silent, and it is crucial to the success of your case that you do not speak with any officials or give out any information until you can consult with an attorney. Second, you need to contact a Tampa criminal defense attorney from our firm as soon as possible so that you may begin building a defense to your case, and pursuing the results that you need.

At Thomas & Paulk, P.A., we understand the severity of the case that you face, and you can be sure that we will work to provide you with the representation and legal assistance that you need throughout the duration of your case.

Contact our firm today to discuss your criminal charges, and to begin the process of retaining the skilled and experienced representation that you need on your side.

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