Theft Crime Defense Attorney in New York

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Theft is the crime of illegally taking another person's property by the use of force, lying or deceit. This offense is very serious, and if you have been arrested, you could be facing severe penalties. Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may either be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony and you may be forced to serve years in prison and pay steep fines. Criminal convictions can be devastating, so you need to immediately retain the representation of an understanding attorney from the Law Office of Robert King right away. By working with a criminal attorney in Rochester from the firm, you may be able to have your charges reduced or dismissed.

What Theft Charges Are You Facing?

In the state of New York, there are multiple types of theft. Numerous deciding factors could determine what exact sentencing you may be served with if you are convicted, and an attorney from the Law Office of Robert King can help create a unique defense. If you are facing any of the following charges, contact the firm now!

Shoplifting
Shoplifting is the crime of taking merchandise from a store or tampering with the price of a product. If you are knowingly changing the price of an item or knowingly concealing goods from a store that are valued at less than $1,000, you may be charged with this offense.

Petit Larceny
This crime is sometimes referred to as a petty theft and involves the taking of an item valued at less than $1,000. Unlike shoplifting, petit larceny does not necessarily have to occur in a store but can pertain to goods taken from a person or their property.

Identity Theft
Taking another person's identity is a theft crime and also may be considered a white collar crime. This form of fraud uses another person's name, Social Security number, bank account information or other personal information to take money or assets from the victim.

Grand Larceny
Grand larceny is a felony offense, punishable by prison sentencing and steep fines. Any item taken that is valued over $1,000 can be considered grand larceny. Common types of grand larceny include grand theft auto or grand theft firearm.

Burglary
Any forced and unlawful entry into a structure with the intent to commit a crime once inside the structure, home, building or office is considered burglary. This crime is classified as first degree, second degree or third degree, all of which are very serious offenses.

Obtain aggressive defense immediately!

Without the representation of an attorney, you could be spending years behind bars and have a permanent criminal record. Regardless of the amount of goods that were stolen, the type of goods that were stolen or if you have been wrongly accused of a crime, you need to work with an attorney. The New York criminal justice system can be difficult to navigate, and you should ensure that your lawyer is experienced in all areas of criminal law. At the Law Office of Robert King, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands. The firm has successfully tried more than 100 criminal cases and may be able to help you as well.

Contact a Rochester theft crime attorney today by completing a free case evaluation form or calling (585) 286-5124!

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