Penalties for Conviction of a Forgery Charge

If you have been charged with the crime of forgery, then you could face serious penalties for conviction under Florida law. Most forgery charges will result in a third degree felony penalty for conviction. A third degree felony, according to Florida Statute §775.082, is punishable by up to five years in Florida state prison. Your situation is important to us, and if you have been charged with this criminal offense, then you can be sure that we will work with you towards the results that you need in your situation.

There are many other forgery crimes that can incur more severe penalties; it is crucial that you speak with a skilled representative in order to determine the severity of your charges, and to begin pursuing the results that you need. Our firm has been serving the residents of Tampa, Florida in various criminal defense cases for a number of years, and you can be sure that we will put this experience to work for you if you choose to work with us.

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We offer a free case evaluation so that you may obtain legal advice and information regarding your case without any commitment to our firm. We have helped numerous individuals in the past, and we can put this experience to work for you. We are dedicated to excellent service so you can be sure that we are approachable, energetic, and driven to provide you with the best representation possible.

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