If You Suspect Forgery If You Suspect Forgery of Your Signature, it may be a Con Artist out to Set You Up for Illegal Gain on Your Behalf without Your Knowledge or that Your Signature has been stolen by Electronic Forgery and Captured by Computer Software. Your Signature can then be Involved with Multiple Written Documents where Your Genuine Signature is being used on newly created fake documents where you are totally unaware. This is when you need proof to show that you are innocent.
What Types of Documents Can Be Forged? "Any Document or Group of Documents or Contracts that is Designed, or Written that is Involved for Financial Gain is subject to Forgery."People are Victims that are destroyed because of some Individual or Group of Individuals that are Evil.
A Forger will Target Handwritten Wills, Deeds, Contracts, Checks, Agreements, Mortgage Loans, School Records, Charge Slips, Tax Returns, Personal, Legal or any Financial Documents.
Forgery can also Include False Business Records, Embezzlement, Altered Inventory, Employee Theft, Contract Forgery.
Suspect Signatures: Fake Authored Signature(s).
Document Tampering: Document Manipulation.
Family Disputes: Death of a Loved One.
Land Ownership or Inheritance: Wills or Holographic Wills.
Anonymous Notes or Letters.
Derogatory Remarks: Employers or Employees.
Medical Malpractice: A Physician's Altered Signature.
Statute of Limations for Forgery of Checks in Colorado limited to the Time within which Charges can be brought against you or anyone for a Crime. In Colorado the Statute of Limitation for Forgery is unlimited, - there is no time limit on when a Prosecutor can bring charges against You or Anyone.
C.R.S. 18-5-102 is a Felony. The Crime of Forgery Criminalizes the False Making of Certain Written Instruments like Wills, Bonds, Securities, Stamps or Government issued Checks. The Crime of Forgery is unusual in that there is no statute of limitations. This exposes anyone to Prosecution many Years after an alleged Forged Signature is Created.
It does not matter whether the charge is a Felony or Misdemeanor - the Statute of limitations is the same.