Credit Card Theft/Skimming

Jersey City & Freehold Attorneys serving Essex, Hudson, Monmouth County, and Nearby NJ Areas

As experienced theft attorneys who are passionate about defending your rights, the attorneys at Clark & Clark are ready to help you fight these serious charges. Although the potential penalties can be a scary thing to think about, you can take comfort in knowing your case is in experienced, skilled hands.

With decades of combined experience, we know how these cases work, what information the prosecution wants, and we know common mistakes made by the police in these types of situations.

Common Credit Card Crimes in New Jersey

Attorneys Charles Clark, Ryan Clark and our entire staff is ready to handle your criminal case, whether it involves one of the following charges or others:

  • Fraudulent use of a credit card
  • Skimming (using a device to read a credit card's magnetic strip)
  • Credit card application fraud
  • Theft of a credit card
  • Making a false credit card

You may have been charged with a disorderly persons offense or with a felony, depending on the circumstances of your crime.

Defenses in Your Credit Card Case

It's normal to feel nervous, anxious and burdened by the potential penalties of a credit card fraud conviction. After all, punishments possible include:

  • Prison
  • Fines
  • Restitution

But once you have chosen a lawyer in whose skills, experience and competence you are confident, then you can let go of some of your anxiety over the possibility of these serious punishments. We are committed to working tirelessly on our clients' cases. As trial attorneys, we can pursue all possible avenues of resolving your case favorably. If dismissal of charges, reduced charges or another alternative cannot be reached, we are fully prepared and able to bring your case to trial.

If you have been charged with credit card theft or another credit card crime in New Jersey, including Newark and Jersey City, please call the criminal defense law firm of Clark & Clark at 732-303-7857 for a free consultation.