Knowledgeable counselors handle a range of theft cases
There are many types of theft crimes, but they all involve taking someone’s property. Theft charges vary based on the property’s value, where it was taken, how it was acquired, and whether violence was involved. Depending on the value of the property, it may be considered petty theft or grand theft and may be a misdemeanor or a felony. Shoplifting and pickpocketing are considered larceny. A burglary charge involves breaking into a home or business to steal property. Embezzlement is charged against those who steal money that they have been entrusted with.
Robbery is a more serious charge, because it involves violence, while armed robbery involves weapons. These charges carry different penalties depending on the jurisdiction. That’s why it’s important to seek skilled representation from an experienced defense attorney who knows the laws of your state and has defended clients on similar charges.LLC have the experience and ability to pursue the best possible results.