Charged with a Theft Crime in Alabama or Georgia? Help is Here
John Stamps is an experienced Alabama criminal defense attorney. He can help you build a strong defense to your case. Call today for a free consultation. There are several offenses that can be included under the broad category of theft crimes. Generally speaking, depriving another person of their property without their permission can result in criminal charges. If you have been charged with a crime relating to a theft, you need to secure representation by a seasoned attorney as soon as possible. The Black Belt Law Center, P.C. has experience with all types of theft crimes and will be sure your case is handled carefully.
Offenses Relating to Thefts
Theft crimes vary greatly according to the circumstances and include larceny, burglary, robbery, shoplifting and more. In Alabama, the retail value of the property stolen can impact whether the crime is classified as a felony or a misdemeanor and can affect the type of sentence that is issued. The use of a firearm during a theft, such as the robbery of a store or bank, carries more serious penalties. Other non-violent theft crimes can include embezzlement, where funds are entrusted to someone, are misappropriated.
You may be able to defend against a crime of theft if you can show the property was rightfully yours, or if you had consent to take the property. Understanding the differences in charges is something that a seasoned attorney can assist you with. Let The Black Belt Law Center, P.C. work with you to provide you with the best possible defense.
Theft crimes carry serious penalties, and it is important to work with an attorney who will work hard to resolve the case in your favor, pulling out all the stops to create the best defense for your circumstances. The Black Belt Center, P.C. has criminal defense professionals that you can trust and depend on to “Fight the Good Fight.” Call today at (866) JTLAW-66 or (866) 585-2966 to set up your consultation.