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Fraud Offenses – Criminal Defense Atlanta

Fraud Offenses – Criminal Defense Atlanta

Depending on what sort of fake ID you have and how you use it, you can be charged with a misdemeanor or even a felony. Misdemeanor false i.d. charges carry a penalty of up to 12 months in jail and felony charges carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in state prison.

Providing criminal defense is something I take very seriously. I know I am holding a person’s future in my hands.


Fraud Criminal Defense

Using a fake ID may seem like a rite of passage for many, and the crime’s abundance may make it seem victim-less. But for the people actually caught using one, (or indeed even the stores caught selling to someone using them), the punishments can be severe and costly. 

In Georgia possession of a fake id is a misdemeanor the first time your caught.

If you get caught a second time it’ll be a felony.

That is why you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who can tell you how to minimize your sentence, explain your rights, and possibly get the conviction expunged from your record.

I offer a free case evaluation please go to the page and provide me with the information about your case so I can help you.


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Top Types Fraud Crimes

The top fraudulent crimes that juveniles are charged with are:

  • Writing Bad Checks
  • Impersonating Another Person
  • Committing Fraud Via E-Mail
  • Fake ID or Drivers License 

In Georgia, the use of a fake I.D. is usually charged as “possession of a fraudulent identification document” or “fraudulent use of a driver’s license.” You can face these charges for use of a fake driver’s license, passport, birth certificate or other form of I.D.


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Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta

I have practiced criminal defense since 1983. I have represented defendants charged with every imaginable crime including murder!

Criminal Defense Attorney Atlanta | Criminal Defense Lawyer Atlanta

As a Criminal Defense Attorney in Atlanta I have seen prosecutors walk away winning many cases due to the fact that the defendant was not represented with competent criminal defense lawyer. I know the laws and the procedures to stop that from happening to your case.

Before you go anywhere else, please go to my FREE case evaluation form and fill it out or feel free to call me 404.584.5060.

I promise the turn around in hearing from me is short lived because I know you need legal advice.

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Everyone is entitled to a defense. This is ingrained in our psyche.
But it is not universally accepted.

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It is important to understand the court system in georgia, your rights as a US citizen and what are the base charges there are for your case. 

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Practice Areas

  • Theft/Larceny
    Theft refers to crimes involving the taking of a person’s property without their permission. 
  • Aggravated Assualt
    Aggravated assault is an assault which criminal laws punish more severely due to its seriousness.
  • Sexual Assault
    sexual assault generally refers to any crime in which the offender subjects the victim to sexual touching that is unwanted and offensive.
  • Vandalism
    Vandalism is an offense that occurs when a person destroys or defaces someone else’s property without permission.
  • Fraud
    Fraud is the intentional deception of a person or entity by another made for monetary or personal gain.


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We Get Results

Misdemeanor Possession of Controlled Substance DISMISSED

Felony Possession of Controlled Substance  5 YRS PROBATION

Misdemeanor Driving while license suspeneded DISMISSED

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Clients Say

‘Our son was so frightened when he made the mistake of shoplifting. You were so wonderful about reassuring him and us, and you got him probation as well as a referral to a community program. He got back to a normal AND crime-free life with no time served! Thank you!”


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