Theft Crimes Defense Attorney in Columbus
Theft Can be Charged as a Misdemeanor or a Felony
Protecting The Rights of People in Ohio
Theft is generally defined as the unlawful taking or disposition of movable
property. It can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on
the circumstances of the case, the value of the property at issue, and
whether a weapon was involved. If you are facing theft charges, it is
a serious matter. Even a petty theft conviction can affect your life for
years in the future, ruining your chances for higher education, jobs,
credit and other opportunities.
At the Scott and Nolder Law Firm, we are experienced in representing adults
and juveniles charged with theft crimes. We understand that even a minor
theft offense conviction can have a significant impact on your life. Our
attorneys work diligently to build a defense to your case. For a free
consultation with our Central Ohio theft crimes defense attorneys, call
us at 614-221-9790.
Comprehensive Theft Crime Defense Representation
You may be charged with a theft crime for unlawfully taking another person’s
property or using deceit to obtain property or services. Theft charges
may include crimes such as:
• Petty larceny
• Grand larceny
• Auto theft
• Identity theft
• Credit card theft
Strategic Defense of Shoplifting and Theft Charges
Shoplifting and other crimes of theft are considered “crimes of moral
turpitude.” Under the law, these crimes are considered to indicate
a crime of dishonesty. In addition to the legal consequences and potential
penalties, you may also face problems getting hired because of this type
of crime on your record
In Ohio, theft over $1000.00 is a felony. It is important to work with
an experienced lawyer who can protect your rights.
Contact us to begin an immediate investigation in your case. Our attorneys
are experienced in theft cases involving:
• Internet crimes
• White collar crimes
• Felony offenses
Regardless of the charges you face, you can trust our experienced criminal
defense attorneys to aggressively defend your case. We challenge the prosecution’s
case, often countering it with the results from our investigation. If
the charges cannot be dismissed, we will fight for reduced charges, especially
for first-time offenders.
Contact Our Franklin County Larceny Attorneys
We are ready to help you fight the charges.
Contact us online to arrange a free consultation.