While the severity of any punishment will depend on the circumstances of your case and whether you have any prior convictions, a conviction on a theft or white collar crime charge, such as fraud, can result in some combination of jail, probation, and fines. In addition, your future employment prospects will also be affected since employers routinely conduct background checks of job candidates. Theft is also considered a crime of moral turpitude and can have serious immigration consequences.

Theft Charges and White Collar Crime: Know Your Rights

If you have been arrested on a theft charge, it is important for you to remember that you are considered innocent until you plead guilty or until the prosecution proves your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Police and prosecutors may try to lead you to believe otherwise. Do not let them. Exercise your right to remain silent and seek out an attorney with experience handling theft and white collar crime charges.

My law firm defends clients against theft charges such as:

  • Petty theft (misdemeanor theft)
  • Shoplifting
  • Felony theft
  • White collar crime
  • Forgery
  • Embezzlement
  • Fraud
  • Identify theft

 No matter what the circumstances of your case are, you can be assured that as your defense lawyer, I will do everything in my power to achieve a successful result for you. I have more than a decade of experience handling theft cases and will manage and thoroughly prepare every aspect of your case personally. Wherever possible, I will seek to challenge the prosecution's evidence and to negotiate a dismissal, reduction, or diversionary disposition for you.

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