New York Felony Charges
Felony charges are not something to take lightly. Being charged could potentially ruin your life. Here are some financial-related felonies in New York state.
Bank Account Theft Charge
If you’re facing a bank theft charge, it’s a very serious charge. It’s a felony charge, and very often the law enforcement investigator, the detective, the police officer, the agent form whatever bureau is investigating you and will try to get you to admit certain things in person or over the phone.
Caught Using a Stolen Credit Card
If you’re charged with using a stolen credit card in New York or even in possession of a stolen credit card in New York, it’s a felony charge. You could be sentenced to state prison time. Depending on your background and how the card was used, it could be an extremely serious charge and with very serious and grave consequences.
Charged with Stealing a Credit Card
In New York City, if you’re charged with stealing a credit card, you’re facing a felony. You could be sentenced to jail time, hefty fines, with serious consequences on your criminal record.
Charged with Depositing a Previously Cashed Check
In New York, if you’re charged with depositing a check that was photocopied or previously cashed, you’re going to be facing some serious felony theft charges. If that’s the case, don’t speak to the police.
Charged with Forgery
In the state of New York, if you’re charged with forgery or some type of identity theft, you’re facing a serious felony charge.
Facing Bribery Charges
In New York, if you’re facing a bribery charge, you’re facing a felony, a felony that can have serious consequences: a jail term, hefty fines, and community service.
Felony charges can be life-ruining and follow you later in life. If you want representation that will dedicate themselves to you, contact our New York City criminal defense attorneys today to set up a free consultation.