Dedham, Massachusetts Larceny By Check Lawyer
Dedham, Massachusetts is a desirable suburb about 10 miles southwest of the downtown Boston area. Among other facts, it is home to FOX-TV 25, the new and popular Legacy Place shopping center, as well as the business headquarters of National Amusements, a major nationwide movie theatre chain. Dedham is also the headquarters of county government administration in Norfolk County, and is home to the Dedham District Court, the Norfolk County Superior Court, as well as the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds.Experienced Dedham Massachusetts Larceny By Check Attorney
Have you been arrested for passing a bad check in Dedham, Massachusetts? The Massachusetts crime of larceny by check results when a person obtains property or services by writing a bad check, all the while knowing that their bank checking account had insufficient funds to pay for the check that was written.
Obviously, the law realizes that a person can innocently and unwittingly write a check without enough funds in his account to pay for the check - while never having the intent to de-fraud. Therefore, the law allows a person two days from the date of being notified by his or her banking institution that insufficient funds exist, to deposit the funds necessary to cover the amount of the check. However, if the person who wrote the check does not deposit sufficient funds to cover the check within those two days, this failure is consider "prima facie evidence" that the person who wrote the bad check did have the intent to commit fraud.
This can happen to anyone. If you are reading this page, it is possible that you or someone you know has recently been arrested and charged with committing the crime of Massachusetts larceny by check. If that is the case, call Attorney Kickham at Ph.: (781) 320-0062 or at Ph.: (617) 285-3600. Attorney Kickham is an experienced and skilled Dedham Massachusetts larceny by check lawyer and offers a rapid response to all phone calls and will provide you with a FREE initial consultation. He even makes “house calls” and will travel to your destination if that makes things easier for you. (Just try getting that at an expensive downtown law firm with Oriental carpets and chandeliers.) Attorney Kickham is skilled and experienced at handling larceny by check cases and has a proven track record of success in defending complex criminal cases.
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