Burglary, Robbery, and Theft Defense
Have You Been Charged with a Theft Crime?
A conviction for a theft crime can stay on your criminal record forever. Employers, landlords, lenders, credit bureaus, and colleges and universities can view your criminal record and choose to deny you services or benefits because of a past conviction. If you have been charged with a theft crime, you should not make any statements to the police. You might mistakenly say something that can be used against you in court. You should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney for immediate help with your case.
Florida Theft Crimes
In Florida, theft crimes are broken down into categories based on the amount of money or the value of the property stolen. For example, petty theft involves theft of money or property valued at less than $300, while grand theft involves money or property valued at more than $300.
Theft charges include a wide variety of crimes, including:
- Identity theft
Florida Attorney Eric A. Morgan has successfully defended clients against all types of theft charges. He has extensive trial experience defending clients facing charges ranging from shoplifting to grand theft to robbery.
Florida Theft Crimes Defense Attorney Eric A. MorganCan Help
After reviewing your case and the evidence against you, our attorneys will explain the penalties you face. Using that information, we will help you decide how to fight charges against you.
While no one can guarantee the outcome of a case, we can promise that we will do everything in our power to have the charges against you reduced or dismissed altogether.
Don’t wait—Contact us today!
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