Embezzlement is defined as “The fraudulent conversion of another's property by a person who is in a position of trust, such as an agent or employee.” In simpler terms, if someone has been trusted with someone's property and then attempts to take ownership of it, it is embezzlement.
Although it is a non-violent crime, it still can carry very harsh consequences including prison time, so it is exceptionally important to find excellent defense for your embezzlement charges in Denver immediately. The longer you wait to contact an attorney, the longer the prosecution has to work on their case against you before you have any real protection, and the more likely it is that they will get information out of you that can be used against you.
Iyer Law Office recommends that you refuse to answer any questions until you have contacted us, so that we can be present to help and advise you throughout questioning. We believe every client deserves excellent representation from a lawyer that will take the time to hear the details of their side of the situation to build a truly effective defense against your charges. Contact V. Iyer as soon as you or someone you know has been arrested for embezzlement.