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Possession of a Forgery Device | ARS §13-2003

Watch this video of David Michael Explain charges of Possession of a Forgery Device ARS 13-2003.

 

Possession of a Forgery Device occurs when any person possesses a Forgery Device with the knowledge and intent to commit Fraud conduct verses a negligence standard involving a gross deviation from a standard of care. A Forgery Device can be any plate, dye, apparatus, equipment, software, access device, or any other device specifically designed or adapted for use in forging written instruments.

If you are facing charges of Possession of a Forgery Device, you need an expert Criminal Defense Attorney with a proven track record on your side. Possession of a Forgery Device is a felony offense that has sentences of up to 2.5 years in prison for a first offense. These charges are nothing to take lightly.

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Possession of a Forgery Device Sentences

If the person charged with Possession of a Forgery Device commits fraud with the device the range of sentences are as follows:

  • First Offense: Up to 2.5 Years in Prison
  • Second Offense: 1 – 2.75 Years in Prison
  • Third Offense: 3 – 7.5 Years in Prison

If the person charged with Possession of a Forgery Device assists other individuals in committing fraud with the device the range of sentences are as follows:

  • First Offense: 4 Months to 2 Years in Prison
  • Second Offense: 9 Months to 2 Years in Prison
  • Third Offense: 2.25 – 5.75 Years in Prison

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

  • Lack of Knowledge
  • Miranda Rights Violation
  • Denial of Right To Counsel

A Possession of a Forgery Device conviction can have lifelong consequences and you are facing a potential prison sentence.

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