Forgery / Possession Of Fictitious Instruments

Criminal possession of a fictitious instrument is a serious crime in the state of Texas. Those charged with this crime must knowingly possess and use a fictitious instrument for the purpose of fraud. Such tools that qualify as fictitious instruments include, but are not limited to:

  • Driver’s licenses
  • Checks
  • U.S. Currency
  • Fake temporary registration sticker
  • Fake license plate

In order to prosecute, the government must prove that the defendant had intent to defraud, which can be very difficult. If you have been charged with forgery/possession of fictitious instruments, you will need an experienced criminal defense attorney who knows how to handle such cases. When facing such charges, your degree of punishment can greatly vary. Depending on what instrument, how you used it, and where you tried to use it can determine the severity of your punishment. The consequences can range from fines to probation or even jail time. At Barbieri Law Firm, our office can fight for your defense to help clear your name. We will investigate your charges and collect the evidence to disprove their theory.

Our trial attorney is dedicated to helping those who find themselves charged with forgery and possession of fictitious instruments. Her 12 years of experience equips her with the skills and knowledge necessary to take on your case. If you have been charged with forgery and possession of fictitious instruments, contact our office today at 972-424-1902 to schedule a free consultation.