In the state of Arizona acts of credit card fraud can result in misdemeanor or felony charges.  An experienced credit card fraud attorney Arizona can make all the difference in whether or not you will face severe or minor fraud charges.

The severity of charges, fines, sentencing and acts of restitution are the direct result of whether or not the prosecution can prove:

Credit Card 2) Unlawful theft, control and/or use of another’s credit card information;
3) Unlawful possession and use of a devise used to commit credit card fraud;
4) Unlawful possession, transfer or caring for a credit card as security for a debt;
5) Receipt of an item purchased through illegal use of a credit card;
6) If the crime crossed state lines;
7) And, if a financial institution was involved.


Accused of credit card fraud?  Take steps to protect your rights and possibly reduce the severity of any long-term charges and negative affects against you and your loved ones, such as loss of employment opportunities, public ridicule, and emotional harm.

Make one call to 602-667-7777, chat with a live representative, or submit an online case review form to connect with a Lerner and Rowe Arizona credit card fraud attorney.

Arizona Criminal Defense Fraud Attorney

law books lined upA Lerner and Rowe Law Group Arizona Criminal Defense Fraud Attorney is prepared to defend you in a serious credit card fraud case.  Even if you believe the odds are not in your favor, you should not let the prosecution’s allegations and charges go unchallenged.

You will benefit from their vast abilities to look for loop-holes in the prosecution’s case that may allow for a reduced sentence, suspension or full dismissal of charges.

When you contact Lerner and Rowe, you can feel confident we will thoroughly investigate the charges placed against you, review all evidence, double-check the facts and determine whether or not your constitutional rights were ever violated in any way.  If you’ve been arrested or accused of credit card fraud, get a free initial defense consultation by contacting an Arizona fraud crimes attorney at the law group today.