Credit Card Abuse – Credit Card Fraud

Credit Card Abuse is a criminal offense and it is taken very seriously in Texas, and can come with severe penalties and consequences. If convicted of Credit Card Abuse, a person can face serious jail time and monetary fines. The severity of credit card abuse/ fraud charges brought against you will generally depend on how the credit card was obtained, how it was used, and the how much money was charged on the credit card. Keep in mind that even if one is convicted of a misdemeanor, he or she could end up facing mandatory jail time. In addition, this type of theft conviction will also more than likely affect a person’s ability to keep or get a job. Employers do not generally like to hire people who have been convicted of Credit Card Abuse/ Fraud or Theft.

In other words, Credit Card Abuse can potentially affect your ability to get a job for the rest of your life. Whether you have been accused, charged or indicted with stealing and using a credit card, using a credit card you found, giving information from a found credit card, or using a stolen credit card you need an aggressive and experienced attorney who knows and understands a credit card abuse/ fraud case. Therefore, it is very important to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney who understands the consequences a Credit Card Abuse/ Theft conviction can have on someone’s record. If you are being investigated or charged with credit card abuse/fraud call Eyler Law Offices at (214) 540-7750 or email us from our contact page.

Credit Card Abuse Representation and Defense

If you are under investigation or have been arrested, charged or indicted with credit care abuse/ credit card fraud it is important for you to immediately contact an aggressive and experienced defense attorney who can effectively handle your credit card abuse/ fraud case. At Eyler Law Offices we will fight for you to ensure your rights are protected and that you understand fully the details of your case. We will try to make sure your rights are respected throughout the legal process. We will investigate your case to also ensure that the law enforcement officials followed the law and did not abuse their authority at any time in their investigation. Throughout our investigation, we will interview any pertinent witnesses and examine all evidence to help us decide the merits of the case. We know how to review search warrants for any potential Constitutional law violations which could lead to an illegal search and seizure ruling in the case. We know how to review any evidence for any potential Constitutional law violations which could lead a suppression of it from the evidence. In other words, we know how important it is to review all of the law and facts of an alleged credit card abuse/ fraud offense to gain a full understanding of all aspects of your case. We always try to keep you informed of all events that happen with your case. We will make every attempt to insure that you are fully aware of what the law is and how it applies to the facts in your case.

As a criminal defense attorney and a former state and federal prosecutor, I know how important it is to begin our investigation immediately. We will seek out any facts and evidence that will aid and assist us in the defense of your credit card abuse/credit card fraud case. Always keep in mind, that even if a person is accused or charged with a crime or wrongdoing, that person is innocent until proven guilty and the government has the burden of proving the case.

At Eyler Law Offices, we understand that the government has the heavy burden of proving their case and establishing guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. You can assure yourself that we will hold them to that heavy burden. We are dedicated to helping you protect your personal rights, freedom and liberty. We will fight to protect your Constitutional rights, and to provide you with the best possible representation and defense your credit card abuse/fraud case.

If you need a Dallas/ Fort Worth metroplex attorney, contact us at (214) 540-7750 or email us from our contact page to discuss your credit card abuse/ fraud case… to fight for the most advantageous outcome.

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