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Issuing Bad Checks | ARS §13-1807

Issuing Bad Checks | ARS §13-1807

issuing-bad-checksIssuing Bad Checks occurs when a person issues or passes a check knowing that they do not have sufficient funds in their account for the full payment of that check as well as all other checks outstanding at the time of issuance.

If you are facing charges of Issuing Bad Checks, you need an expert Criminal Defense Attorney with a proven track record on your side. These charges are nothing to take lightly. You need experts on your side fast.

David Michael Cantor is a Certified Criminal Defense Specialist and the premier Defense Attorney in Arizona. The Law Offices of David Michael Cantor is AV® rated and is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers®, Criminal Law Section and has a proven track record in defending criminal charges in Arizona.

Do not hire anyone less than the best to defend you with these serious allegations.

Possible Sentences Issuing Bad Checks

  • Up to 6 Months in Jail
  • Fines up to $2,500 (plus additional 84% surcharge added to fine)

The Criminal Trial Lawyers at The Law Offices of David M. Cantor take pride in knowing more about the defense of Issuing Bad Checks than prosecutors and police officers. Some possible defenses are:

  • Recipient Was Advised Funds Were Not Available
  • Post-dated Check Issuance
  • Bank Adjustment Without the Knowledge of Accused
  • Miranda Rights Violation
  • Denial of Right To Counsel

A conviction of Issuing Bad Checks may have lifelong consequences. What is Your Future Worth To You & Your Family?

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