Identity Theft / Forgery Lawyer in Mesa, AZ

Mesa Criminal Defense Attorney

In Arizona, assuming the identity of another is considered a felony offense, meaning a conviction often brings jail or prison time. If your child used a fake I.D. to enter a bar, if you obtained money or documents through forgery, or if you stole credit card information off a credit card or the Internet, you could be facing these serious charges.

Juveniles Identity Theft Defense in Arizona

In today’s world, the mere possession of a fake I.D. is a felony and may lead to identity theft and forgery charges. In addition, a conviction of identity theft may result in suspended driving privileges until the individual turns 21 years of age. With so many colleges including Arizona State, Mesa Community College, Scottsdale Community College, and others in this area, kids naively get themselves into trouble on a nightly basis. If your minor-age son or daughter has been charged with identity theft or if he or she under investigation for another common juvenile offense, it is important to talk to an experienced attorney and start an aggressive defense. Charlie Naegle has experience with juvenile cases and we will be at your side throughout the entire process, aiding to protect a promising future.

Have a Skilled Trial Lawyer on Your Side

Charlie Naegle is a skilled trial attorney with an impressive track record of results, including in cases involving identity theft and forgery. He is ready to listen to your charges and work with you to create an effective defense strategy.

Turn to Charlie Naegle and his skilled team for trusted counsel.