Arizona’s White Collar Forgery Conviction Means Prison by
Aaron M. Black 10/20/2022... Forgery is a white collar crime, which is defined as a nonviolent act for concealing or deceiving someone or a business for personal gain. Even without an act of violence, forgery is a felony in AZ, and a conviction means serious time in prison and hefty fines reaching into six figures.
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