Vail Police Say Fraudulent Lift Ticket Sales Have Increased 875 Percent

Using a fraudulent lift ticket carries a maximum fine of up to $999 and 180 days in jail. So far this winter, there have been 39 such cases reported to police, as opposed to 4 cases during the same period last year. Vail police say suspects are either issued a summons or are arrested depending on the circumstances. Police say tickets are being unlawfully sold online. Vail Police tell a story of a buyer who bought $2,000 worth of ticket with a credit card, and then sold them on Craigslist. The tickets eventually came up as invalid after the buyer reported his credit card as stolen. Vail Police say the only authorized dealer of lift ticket is Vail Resorts. The Law Offices of Steven J. Pisani specialize in the field of Criminal Defense. Call our Denver office today for a Free Consultation.

Cite: Jesse Paul, The Denver Post, 2/22/2017

Link: http://www.denverpost.com/2017/02/22/vail-lift-ticket-fraud/

Contact our firm today for a free consultation

Our Services
test

Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense Attorney represents defendants at all stages of the criminal process for both misdemeanors and felonies...

Read more

DUI Defense

Denver DUI Attorney Steven J. Pisani represents individuals charged with driving under the influence and alcohol-related traffic...

Read more

Domestic Violence

Denver Domestic Violence Defense Attorney Steven J. Pisani represents individuals charged with domestic violence offenses in Colorado...

Read more

Traffic Tickets

Denver Traffic Attorney Steven J. Pisani effectively represents clients who have been charged with a traffic offense. Traffic laws are typically...

Read more

Read Client Reviews

test

We provide full-service legal assistance with specialization in criminal defense representation, domestic violence defense, DUI defense (driving under the influence), Colorado traffic tickets, Drunk Driving, juvenile criminal defense, shoplifting defense and sealing of criminal records...

Read Reviews

Customer Reviews

Recent News

test
Vail Police Say Fraudulent Lift Ticket Sales Have Increased 875 Percent

Using a fraudulent lift ticket carries a maximum fine of up to $999 and 180 days in jail. So far […]

Read more

Driver in Mardi Gras Crash Charged with DUI, Reckless Driving

A 25-year-old bouncer at a daquiri bar, was allegedly driving drunk when he lost control of his vehicle and slammed […]

Read more

Your driving record may be more important than you think

New information reveals that insurance companies use your driving record to when determining risk. This is not news when it comes […]

Read more