If you have been accused of obtaining property by false pretense in North Carolina, it is critical to seek highly trained legal representation as soon as possible, and Sparrow Law Firm in Raleigh is here to help.
WHEN YOU HAVE BEEN ACCUSED OF CHEATING
Our law firm represents people accused of obtaining property by false pretense in Raleigh. If you or a loved one faces these serious charges, it means that law enforcement agents allege that you received money or property by lying to or deceiving someone. It means that they may have evidence that you allegedly represented yourself using false information about past, present or future circumstances to deceive someone into giving something to you.
These charges come about in many ways. People often face many related charges, including:
- Obtaining property by false pretense
- Obtaining prescriptions by fraud
- Fraud, including check fraud and credit card fraud
- Possession of stolen goods
- Identity theft
- Internet crimes
Attorney Michelle Sparrow is a former prosecutor with in-depth knowledge of the tactics police officers use to persuade individuals to work with them and provide voluntary statements. If you have been asked to speak with police in custody, you should know that you have the right to have an attorney present.
If you are asked to speak to law enforcement, you should remember that they are not on your side — no matter how kind they may seem. Police officers want your cooperation because it will make their job much easier in the long run if you confess.
CONTACT US ABOUT FALSE REPRESENTATION IN WAKE COUNTY
If you are facing an investigation, getting legal help is critical. It is never too early to talk with a lawyer. Your lawyer can take action to protect your rights, even before formal charges are filed.
To talk with a criminal defense lawyer about the legal problems you face, call Sparrow Law Firm toll free at 919-975-4247 or simply contact us online. Consultations are free and confidential.