Check Fraud And Forgery Defense Lawyer In Bergen County

If you have been charged with check fraud, falsifying documents, forgery or another related offense, your freedom and future are on the line. A conviction could result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines, prison time and a tarnished reputation. An experienced Bergen County defense attorney can help protect your interests and minimize these damaging consequences.

My name is Susan C. Cassell, Esq., and I have more than 20 years of legal experience. As a former municipal and federal prosecutor, I have insight into how the prosecution builds a white collar crime case and will use this knowledge to put together a strong defense. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 201-972-6653 or contact my law firm online. I represent clients throughout Bergen County and northern New Jersey.

Do Not Wait To Seek Legal Advice

Prosecutors rarely charge people with white collar crimes without a thorough investigation and substantial evidence. If you are under suspicion for check fraud or forgery, it is to your advantage to hire an attorney right away. I can help protect your rights during the investigation stage and may even be able to prevent charges from being filed.

If you have already been charged, I will work to put you in the most favorable position possible. I will inform you of all of your defense options and help you determine the best strategy for your situation.

I have the knowledge to defend people against allegations of:

  • Forging signatures on checks and other government documents
  • Knowingly writing bad checks
  • Producing counterfeit checks
  • Altering the documents of another person without his or her knowledge
  • Completing documents on behalf of another person without his or her knowledge

Contact My Ridgewood Law Office For A Free Consultation

For skilled defense against forgery and check fraud charges, call me at 201-972-6653 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation. I am usually available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for initial and emergency consultations, and I can meet with you in a variety of convenient locations, including the Bergen County Courthouse and in jails.