Virginia Beach Theft Crimes Attorney
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Even less serious theft charges could lead to some severe sentences. Depending on the circumstance of the crime, if you are charged with a theft crime you could be facing a misdemeanor or a felony. The severity of the crime usually depends on the value of the property taken, the type of offense, or the number of the defendant’s prior convictions.
We can help with some of the following types of theft crimes:
- Auto theft
- Receiving stolen property
- False pretenses
- Credit card offenses
- Check offenses
- Identity theft
If you’ve been accused of a theft crime, make sure to do your best to avoid a conviction. Theft crimes can often follow you for the rest of your life and can make it harder for you to find employment or housing later. Talk to one of our skilled criminal lawyers at The Law Offices of Daniel J. Miller about your case as soon as possible. The faster we learn of your circumstances, the sooner we can mount a defense on your behalf.
Get your case started by calling us at (757) 517-2942 today!
If you are charged with a theft crime, the level of punishment will depend on several factors. However, even the smallest theft crime, petty larceny, can lead to 12 months imprisonment and a fine up to $2,500. Some of the more serious felony theft crimes can lead to up to 20 years in prison.
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Let us help you avoid a conviction. Our skilled Virginia Beach theft crime attorneys can offer you aggressive representation and compassionate service. We care about the outcome of every case, and we want to help you succeed. Talk to us about your case in a consultation.
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Felony Embezzlement Theft Crimes
Our client was charged with stealing over $3000 from her previous employer. Based upon early remedial actions and our client’s ability to pay restitution we were able to negotiate a misdemeanor disposition with no active jail time.
Breaking and Entering and Grand Larceny Theft Crimes
Our client was charged with several counts of breaking and entering and grand larceny into multiple businesses. After watching several of the security videos, we were able to determine that identification would be an issue. This, in addition to our client’s alibi early on, led to a dismissal of the motion.
Case Dismissed Charged with Petty Larceny
Our client was charged with petty larceny.
Case Dismissed Petty Larceny
Our client was charged with petty larceny on federal property for the alleged taking of items from an on-base store.
Case Dismissed Possession of Stolen Property and Breaking and Entering
Our client was charged with 2 counts of possession of stolen property and breaking and entering.
Case Dismissed Embezzlement
Our client was charged with embezzlement from a former employer on the basis that she, as the bookkeeper had written checks out on the account to herself that were allegedly not authorized but signed by the owner of the company.
Case Dismissed Robbery
Our client was charged with robbery.