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Modern-day image and printing technology continues to evolve every single year. This can sometimes prove to be a powerful temptation for some individuals with significant financial needs or who have become entangled in distressed business ventures.

If this tempts you to attempt to print a counterfeit or forged document and you are caught by the authorities, the legal statutes in the state of Utah can prove daunting. Recent changes to fraud and forgery laws can further obscure your legal rights and the due legal process, and severity of the charge as well as the required sentencing.

In a situation like this, you need to turn to an experienced criminal defense attorney like Dennis Pawelek and the legal associates at Pawelek Law, PLLC.

Errors or fraudulent elements like authentication feature, false documenting, false identification, and assumption of authority are just a few factors that can affect the legal severity of a counterfeiting or forgery charge.

Our lawyer Dennis Pawelek will assess all the pertinent legal factors to help argue your case or to make an effective and successful plea bargain. This can help to lessen your fines, penalties, and potentially reduce your sentencing.

If you have been accused of counterfeiting, forgery, or fraud in Provo, Utah, you should call 801-722-8918 to set up a consultation with Dennis Pawelek and the legal associates at Pawelek Law.