Fraudulent Check

It is far too easy to be arrested for this crime. Essentially, this is an allegation that you are refusing to pay on a check. Shopkeepers all too easily and without sufficient investigation or notice, are allowed to issue warrants for your arrest if you fail to pay on a check. In other words, you may bounce and check and not even be fully aware that it has not been paid, and a shopkeeper can have you arrested.

There are substantial defenses to these cases and they need to be vigorously fought. More importantly, you need to make sure that this arrest is not permanently on your record where it could cause you serious complications in your future life. Call Derek Enderlin or Susannah Ross for aggressive and experienced attorneys that can help you make sure you are defended to the full extent of the law.