Our law firm serves clients in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and throughout southwest Michigan.

Legal Defense Against Credit Card Fraud Charges

It is a sign of the economic times that more and more crimes are related to unauthorized purchases with someone else’s checking account or charge cards. Financial hardship is not a defense, but sometimes a proactive approach can resolve these cases without criminal charges and a theft conviction.

Our team at David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, has handled such offenses on both sides of the law. Our principal attorney, David G. Moore, is a credit card fraud defense lawyer and former prosecutor who is ready to take your case and pursue the most effective course of action possible. He knows the right way to approach retailers and other victims about resolution as a civil matter, and he also provides a vigorous defense if the victim presses charges.

Contact our firm right away if you, your son or daughter is accused of theft by check or unauthorized use. We serve clients in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and throughout southwest Michigan, including representation for college students and juveniles.

Experienced Defense Against A Wide Range Of Charges

Depending on the amount of money stolen, prior criminal convictions and other factors, check and credit card frauds can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies. Either way, it can result in a criminal record that will have an adverse impact on education, employment, military status, housing and many other aspects of a person’s future.

Our lawyers have defended clients against a wide range of charges, including:

  • Forging stolen checks
  • Writing bad checks
  • Unauthorized use of a credit card
  • Selling stolen credit card numbers
  • ATM fraud and other card-skimming schemes
  • Identity theft
  • Embezzlement/employee theft

Contact Us For The Legal Help You Need

Call our office at 269-216-4573 to arrange for a free, confidential consultation about your legal rights and options. You can also contact us online and we will respond quickly.