Forgery, Insufficient Funds and White Collar Crimes

Forgery can be explained as fraudulent transactions made by writing, drawing or altering documents with the intent to defraud. Items of value that are subject to forgery are documents that convey real property such as land, houses, vehicles, ships and other items of value. Checks and wills are other documents that are frequently altered, forged, manipulated or unauthorized. Forgery is also often used in wrongful termination cases. This crime is also considered identity theft. While every form of forgery is considered a crime, it is usually prosecutable when it involves substantial amounts of money. Other actions taken against offenders could come in the form of a civil suit.

Other white collar crimes include:

  • Health Care or Medicaid / Medicare Fraud
  • Securities Fraud
  • Real Estate or Mortgage fraud
  • Tax Fraud or Tax Evasion
  • Business Fraud, Theft or Embezzlement
  • Computer or Internet Fraud
  • Money Laundering
  • Mail Fraud

John B. Routsis is skilled at building an exquisite defense for forgery and white collar crimes. With his 25 years experience in criminal law he has defended and won many cases involving these types of crimes. Since often times these crimes involve a federal jurisdiction, you need a defense attorney who has had an extreme amount of experience in federal court. Mr. Routsis not only has experience with simple cases of $100 embezzlement, to extremely complicated cases involving hundreds of thousands of dollars, but he has also served in almost every position in the court of law. He can present your case with the background and perspective of being a prosecutor, a judge pro tem and a criminal defense attorney. With his knowledge on your side, you can expect a defense that will far surpass his competition.