Theft charges can range from petit theft, a misdemeanor, to grand theft, a felony. Determining whether the case is a misdemeanor or felony [and what degree of felony] generally turns on the dollar value of the items allegedly stolen. It can also be determined by the number of times an individual has been previously charged and convicted of petit theft.
The State of Florida aggressively prosecutes theft cases. If you have been charged with petit theft, grand theft, grand theft auto, or dealing in stolen property it is very important you only retain an experienced criminal defense attorney who has defended these charges in the past. We have experience defended hundreds of clients charged with some form of theft or grand theft charges in the past.
My firm defends all theft charges, including, but not limited to:
If you find yourself, or a loved one, faced with a theft charge please contact us at 904-356-8618 or in the email dialog box online for a free consultation. We want to start helping you today!