Haerlin is being charged with unlawful use of uniforms medals or insignia, uttering a forged instrument, and third-degree grand theft after claiming to be a decorated member of the United States Marines.
Fraud Charges in Florida
In Florida, an individual who is charged and convicted of third-degree grand theft can spend up to five years in prison and face $5,000 in fines. This type of crime can have a serious impact on a person’s life and their ability to maintain stable employment successfully in the future.
At Musca Law, we understand that it is critical to ensure individuals facing fraud charges have their legal rights protected throughout their entire case. Our criminal attorneys are aggressive in defending our clients and work diligently to ensure that our clients are given the very best legal representation available in Florida.
With over 150 years in combined experience representing individuals, we work aggressively to ensure individuals facing these serious crimes are represented fairly in a court of law. We ensure that every possible legal avenue will be utilized in the defense of our clients. If you or someone you know is being charged with fraud, contact us at (800) 687- 2252 today for a free legal consultation.
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