It is critical to avoid a theft conviction because theft is a crime of moral turpitude. A conviction for a crime of moral turpitude could have long-term consequences. For example, future employers may conclude that you are not a trustworthy individual, and as a result, may not offer you a job for which you are qualified. Do not suffer this consequence because of a mistake you made several years ago! Our firm may be able to help you avoid a theft conviction.
Robbery is closely related to theft. Robbery is essentially a theft combined with an assault. Police officers can often make mistakes during their investigations or they may not thoroughly investigate all of the facts before arresting a person for robbery. We will methodically and carefully investigate your case to determine if robbery is even an appropriate charge, asserting all possible defenses to your robbery case.
There are several other theft related charges with which we can assist you including burglary, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, burglary of a motor vehicle, forgery, credit card fraud, and false statement to obtain credit.
Questions about theft charges? Call our defense lawyers today!