Arrested for Writing Bad Checks in Nevada?
Defense From a Las Vegas Criminal Lawyer
In Nevada, it is illegal to knowingly pass a check for more money than
you have in your account. If you have been accused of using a “bad
check,” you could be facing harsh criminal and civil penalties along
with a wide range of fines. A Las Vegas
criminal defense attorney from the
Law Office of David R. Fischer can provide you with a powerful defense for your bad check case.
Our firm is set apart thanks to our various awards and accolades, including:
Inclusion on the prestigious list of
- 2014 Top Lawyer for Criminal Defense by Desert Companion Magazine
- 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating
Call (702) 866-9864 or schedule a free consultation
What Penalties Do I Face?
Passing a bad check can result in a variety of charges, including larceny
and fraud. Due to Nevada’s large gaming presence, charges of similar
nature can be brought against a person for defaulting on
casino markers. Penalties for a conviction will vary depending on the amount the fraudulent
payment was worth and if the defendant has any prior history of passing
If convicted, you could face the following consequences:
- Restitution for the check amount
- Up to four years in prison
- Fines up to $5,000
- A felony offense on your record
Allegations of writing bad checks can destroy a person’s reputation
and potentially make finding employment a real struggle. If you are facing
charges in relation to a bad check, it is imperative that you contact
a lawyer from our firm as soon as possible to determine the best course
of action for your defense.
Aggressive Criminal Defense for the Las Vegas Community
At the Law Office of
David R. Fischer, protecting the rights of our clients is our top priority. Our Las Vegas
criminal attorneys are armed with the knowledge and determination to go
the distance on your behalf, and we are committed to exploring every opportunity
to pursue a reduction or dismissal of your charges.
To take the first step towards protecting your rights,
contact our office today.