Breach of Trust with Fraudulent Intent charges often come out of business relationships. When money comes up short in a register or the office safe someone is going to be blamed. Often that blame comes in the form of this charge. Other times items like tractors, cars or other goods are the basis for this charge. The lawyers at Hiller & Hiller, PA know that it takes more than a simple accusation for the State to prove this charge, and will fight to protect you from wrongful, career ending accusations and charges. The lawyers at Hiller & Hiller, PA attack the root of this charge in three main ways: the fiduciary relationship between the accused and the accuser, whether the person accused actually breached that relationship, and whether person accused actually had an intent to defraud.
Many times the entire issue in dispute is civil, not criminal in nature. If you have been charged with Breach of Trust with Fraudulent Intent call the Law Office of Hiller & Hiller, PA today to begin fighting back and protecting your rights and your career.
At a Glance:
Code of Law: 16-13-230
Sentence Range: 0-10 years depending on alleged dollar amount.
Misdemeanor or Felony depending on alleged dollar amount.