Casino Fraudulent Acts

Fraudulent Acts Attorney - Casinos in Blackhawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek

Casinos in Colorado are great profit centers for their owners and the State of Colorado, and fun places to play. With the casino monopoly in Gilpin County and Teller County, Colorado, comes strict regulation. The Fraudulent Acts Statute, C.R.S. 12-47.1-823, governs all types of conduct in Blackhawk and Central City which might result in an unfair advantage to a casino gambling player or casino owner / operator.  Other Colorado casino crimes.

Lawyer in Central City and Blackhawk Advises on Casino Felony and Misdemeanor Crimes

The first portion of this law prevents a player from altering or misrepresenting the outcome of a game to other players in Gilpin or Teller County. The second part involves changing a wager, or affecting the outcome of a game, or taking advantage of information not available to all players (sort of like insider trading). If you try and collect money / a prize which is not due you, or if you try and collect more than you are entitled, you will be charged with C.R.S. 12-47.1-823(c), which is the third way a person can be charged with committing fraud at a casino.

Fraudulent Acts at a Colorado casino in Blackhawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek, can be committed by several other miscellaneous schemes, tricks or attempts to win unfairly. Even casino owners or their employees can be charged under this broad statute. Our casino lawyers are glad to meet with you for a free initial consultation and discuss the specific circumstances which brought you in contact with a Colorado Gaming investigator, sheriff or police officer. Violations of this statute can be charged as a class 1 misdemeanor, a class 5 felony, or a class 6 felony. Regardless, your future can be ruined if your charges are not reduced, dismissed, or otherwise handled professionally.

Gilpin County Lawyers Know Casino Crimes, So Get Help, Protect Your Future

Casinos are a fun place to gamble, bet and drink. Don't let a mistake made by you or a law enforcement officer ruin your future. If contacted by an investigator or police, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent (don't talk with police or attempt to explain yourself), and call the experienced casino gambling lawyers at the O'Malley Law Office, P.C., today at 303-731-0719. Together, we can protect your future.

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