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Worthless Check Crime – Orlando Criminal Attorney
Worthless check crimes can have significant penalties. If you have been arrested for a criminal offense involving worthless checks, you should speak with an experienced Orlando criminal attorney at your earliest opportunity to learn about your rights and the defenses that may be available to you.
Worthless Check Crimes:
It is unlawful for any person to make or deliver to another any check or to use a debit card for the payment of money or its equivalent, knowing at the time of the making or delivering such check or at the time of using such debit card, that the maker thereof has not sufficient funds on deposit in or credit with such bank or depository with which to pay the same on presentation. This section does not apply to any check when the payee or holder knows or has been expressly notified prior to the drawing of the check, or has reason to believe, that the drawer did not have on deposit or to the drawer’s credit with the drawee sufficient funds to ensure payment. This does not apply to any postdated check.
Experienced Orlando Criminal Attorney:
If you or a loved one have been arrested for a criminal offense, call the Wilson Law Firm today to speak with an experienced Orlando criminal attorney about your individual situation. In many criminal cases, a properly prepared defense by a criminal lawyer will result in either reduced penalties, reduced charges, or a dismissal of the charges. Even in criminal cases where the evidence of guilt is overwhelming, a properly prepared defense and presentation of mitigating circumstances by an Orlando criminal attorney can result in significant decreases in the penalties you receive.
Florida Statutes – Worthless Check Crimes:
Speak with an Orlando criminal attorney or review the following Florida Statutes for more information on worthless check offenses:
Florida Statute 832.04 – Stopping payment; purchase of farm or grove products.
Florida Statute 832.041 – Stopping payment with intent to defraud.
Florida Statute 832.05 – Giving worthless checks, drafts, and debit card orders; penalty; duty of drawee; evidence; costs; complaint form.
Florida Statute 832.07 – Prima facie evidence of intent; identity.
Florida Statute 832.09 – Suspension of driver license after warrant or capias is issued in worthless check case.
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