Forgery Lawyer Fort Worth, Arlington, Tarrant County
If you or a loved one has been arrested, charged or are under investigation for Forgery charges in Tarrant County, a fundamental key to an effective defense of the charges is to hire an experienced criminal lawyer to represent you. Our goal in every Forgery case is to fully investigate every aspect of the case, develop an effective and aggressive defense strategy, and achieve the best possible outcome for your case.
Elements of the Offense of Forgery - What the Government Must Prove
The offense of Forgery is committed when a person forges a writing with the intent to defraud or harm another. There are three distinct ways in which the offense of Forgery may be committed:
1. A person commits the offense of Forgery when he or she makes, alters, completes, executes, or authenticates any writing so that it purports to be one of the following: 1) The act of another who did not authorize the act; 2) A writing executed at a time or place or in a numbered sequence other than was in fact the case; or 3) A copy of an original when no such original existed.
Tarrant County Forgery Case Results
2. A person commits the offense of Forgery when he or she issues, transfers, registers the transfer of, passes, publishes, or otherwise utters a writing that is forged.
3. A person commits the offense of Forgery by possessing a forged writing with the intent to utter it.
Listed below are recent Forgery cases in Tarrant County in which the criminal defense lawyers at Kennedy & Kennedy have obtained favorable results for our clients. With over 45 years of combined legal experience in defending clients charged with Forgery, we have the experience, knowledge, expertise, and proven record to provide our clients with the best possible defense of Forgery charges.
Please note that these results are not indicative of a guaranteed result as every criminal case is unique and requires individual evaluation.
State of Texas v. I.S.L.
Agency: Investigation by Mansfield Police Department
Result: No Formal Charges Filed
If you or a loved one is in need of a Tarrant County criminal defense attorney for Forgery charges, contact us at (817) 460-4500 to discuss the specific facts of your case.