Defense Lawyer For Securing Execution Of Documents By Deception (N.J.S.A. 2C:21-16)
Financial crimes are serious business to New Jersey prosecutors, and when a person deceives another into executing an instrument that will affect, purport to affect, or likely affect any person’s financial interests, that person has committed a crime.
Under Securing Execution of Documents by Deception (N.J.S.A. 2C:21-16), you can be charged with a crime of the fourth degree, and face up to 18 months and a fine of $10,000, for each instance.
Prosecutors take these kinds of charges very seriously, as these types of crimes are often targeted toward the elderly and other vulnerable groups.
If you’ve been charged under N.J.S.A. 2C:21-16, you have to act immediately. Matthew Reisig has been defending clients charged with even serious crimes in New Jersey for nearly two decades.
If you need help with Securing Execution Of Documents By Deception charges, call 732-625-9661 today and talk to an experienced New Jersey criminal defense attorney for free.