Under the law, it doesn't matter whether the alleged victim was actually defrauded. It also doesn't matter whether you later paid back the alleged victim or made other restitution. The prosecution only must prove that you intended to defraud him or her. Fortunately, that intent isn't always easy to prove.

At The Law Offices of David J. Pire, we approach every case with the belief that the person we're defending could easily be one of our own family members. We've seen firsthand how stressful legal matters can be for our clients and their loved ones. We are committed to being available to our clients at all times — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you or someone you love is facing check fraud or forgery charges in Dallas, call The Law Offices of David J. Pire today for a free initial consultation to discuss your legal matter. Call us today at (214) 821-1919.

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