Contact the Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorneys of William Moore for Cheating and Fraudulent Obtaining Of Property By Gaming Arrests
If you obtain money or other personal property from someone via three-card monte or any other game, sleight-of-hand, fortunetelling or any other means using cards or other devices and implements, you may be charged as a larceny, leaving you open to a various amount of charges, including misdemeanors and felonies.
Gambling laws and sentencing may be enhanced is a defendant is accused of cheating according to Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorneys.
William Moore Criminal Defense represents clients in Broward County and Broward County
If you are accused of cheating, you may be charged with a third-degree felony, which is punishable by up to five years of imprisonment and/or a fine of up to $5,000. If this is not your first felony, you may be charged under the state’s multiple felony offender statute, thereby incurring additional incarceration time and/or fees.
The Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Attorneys of William Moore Criminal Defense is well versed in gambling charges and discuss the parameters of the very obscure Florida gambling statutes.
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