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Criminal Defense Attorneys For Theft Crimes

Have you been arrested for a theft crime? At Bauer, Crider, Kindel and Parry, our theft crime defense lawyers are dedicated to protecting your rights and aggressively defending your future and freedom. We know that law enforcement officials can be especially intimidating as they put pressure on you to answer questions, but you should always exercise your right to remain silent. Ask to speak to an attorney from our firm, and do not answer questions until we are present to defend you.

Theft Crime In Florida

There are a wide range of theft crimes in Florida. Theft is considered a property crime. The severity of the criminal charges will depend on the facts and circumstances of the case. Investigators and prosecutors will consider who was involved in the crime, if a victim was present when the crime occurred, and the amount and value of property stolen. The different theft crimes in the state of Florida include:

  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Auto theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Petty theft
  • Grand theft
  • Grand theft auto

The exact penalties a theft crime charge carries are usually based on the value of the items allegedly taken. Depending on the circumstances, theft crimes can carry a variety of consequences from time in jail or prison to fines, probation and community service.

Having a misdemeanor or felony charge on your record can also affect your life for many years to come, including your ability to obtain or uphold employment. It is understandable that you may be feeling hopeless, but it is important you know that with the right Pasco County criminal defense lawyer on your side, there is hope for a positive outcome.

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Our criminal defense attorneys offer an initial consultation, free of charge. You can schedule your free appointment by calling our office at 727-275-9822 or by sending an inquiry using our online form.