Criminal possession of a forgery device A.R.S. 13-2003

Criminal possession of a forgery device A.R.S. 13-2003

A person commits criminal possession of a forgery device if the person either:

Makes or possesses with knowledge of its character and with intent to commit fraud any plate, die, or other device, apparatus, equipment, software, access device, article, material, good, property or supply specifically designed or adapted for use in forging written instruments.

Makes or possesses any device, apparatus, equipment, software, access device, article, material, good, property or supply adaptable for use in forging written instruments with intent to use it or to aid or permit another to use it for purposes of forgery.

The experienced criminal defense attorney knows that an object as simple as a pen can be alleged as a device under this statute according to law enforcement officers.

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