Stuart Theft Crimes Attorney
Providing Effective & Aggressive Legal Theft Defense
If you’ve been accused of or charged with a theft crime, you need proficient representation right away. Common theft crimes include petty theft, grand theft, employee theft, burglary, robbery, scheming to defraud and more. The penalties for a conviction of these types of crimes are generally severe and can include thousands of dollars in fines, mandatory probation, enrollment in a national database and even extensive prison time.
At ADL Law, P.A., our Stuart theft crime attorney provides our clients with effective and personalized legal services. For years, we have aggressively and successfully defended clients throughout Florida from these types of charges. As a result, we know how to navigate this complex practice area and have a comprehensive understanding of its related laws, procedures and paperwork. You can count on us to efficiently guide you throughout the legal process while making sure your best interests and rights are completely protected.
Arrange your consultation by calling (772) 210-9097 or contact us online.
Theft Laws in Florida
Florida is one of the strictest states when it comes to dealing with theft crimes. The penalties for these offenses are typically dependent on the specific nature of the crime, if anybody was harmed during the act, what the value stolen was and several other factors. For example, if the value of the property stolen was greater than $100 yet less than $300, the first-time offense is usually characterized as first-degree petty theft as long as specific circumstances such as violence or assault were not involved. The penalty for this crime is up to $1,000 in fines and 12 months in jail. Subsequent offenses or those involving assault are punished far more severely.
Other offenses that our legal team has a firm grasp of include the following, and more:
- Worthless check
- Scheme to defraud
- Dealing in stolen property
- Uttering a forged instrument
- Failure to return leased property
- False information to a pawnbroker
Can I Go to Jail for Petty Theft in Florida?
In Florida, petit theft (more commonly known as petty theft) while being the lowest degree of theft can still result in serious penalties including possible jail time. Potential jail sentences for petit theft include:
- Second-degree petit theft: Up to 60 days in jail
- First-degree petit theft: One year in jail (not less)
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Our attorney will work relentlessly to safeguard your freedom and provide you with the individualized care and attention you deserve. When you hire ADL Law, P.A., you can count on us to help you with all stages of the legal process, ensure you are fully updated about your case at all times and provide you with well-informed legal advice about your best choices for advancing forward. Let us help you today.
Facing charges for theft? To schedule your consultation with our Stuart theft crime lawyer, feel free to contact us today at (772) 210-9097.
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