Charged With Credit Card Fraud or Using Stolen Checks

If the police allege that you used a credit card, debit card or other financial device without permission of the owner, you are facing serious charges. The unauthorized use of a financial transaction device is a serious charge, and can and will be charged as a felony by the state. In general, if you take more than a thousand dollars through any illegal act, it is charged as a felony. These allegations can be based on misunderstandings or other circumstances. If you have been charged with any form of theft, contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., today.

Colorado Stolen Checks Lawyer • 303-578-4036

Our law firm defends people in Denver and across Colorado against credit card fraud and related financial crime allegations, such as:

  • Shoplifting/petty theft
  • Embezzlement/workplace theft
  • Possession of stolen property/theft by receiving
  • Credit card theft
  • Auto theft
  • Burglary
  • Insurance fraud/bank fraud

A conviction to a fraud or theft charge will follow you for the rest of your life. Employers, landlords and colleges frequently ask applicants whether or not they have been convicted of theft or a crime of dishonesty. If you have to answer "yes" to this question, you will be at an extreme disadvantage among other applicants. There is so much at stake right now.

At your free initial consultation, our criminal defense attorneys will listen to you describe your situation. We will offer our insight on any defenses you have or potential weaknesses in the government's case. Once we have spoken to you, we will begin working on defending you against the charges. We are tenacious advocates and will not rest until we have tried every viable method of getting results in your case. Our approach has led to successful results for clients throughout Colorado.

Charged With Fraud? Call a Denver Criminal Defense Lawyer

Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., provides experienced legal assistance for people facing serious criminal charges. We make visits to jails when necessary. Our firm offers reasonable fees, accepts credit cards and offers payment plans as well. Contact our firm by e-mail or 303-578-4036.