Theft Attorney in Marietta, GA
MISDEMEANOR AND FELONY CHARGES
A theft crime is charged when someone has stolen the property of another without permission. These crimes can be categorized as misdemeanor or felony, depending on the severity of the crime. It depends mostly on the dollar value of the item stolen on whether it is considered a felony. As an example, stealing something worth $1,500 or less in value would be a misdemeanor. Anything stolen which is worth $1,500 or more would likely be charged as a felony. If you have been charged with a theft crime, it is in your best interest to contact a Marietta criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case and your legal options.
If you speak to anyone at all about your theft charges, be it law enforcement officers, investigators or anyone else, you may be giving up your rights and jeopardizing your freedom. Anything you say to them may be used against you, making it much harder to defend your rights and win your case. At the offices of Blevins & Hong, P.C., we are sensitive and respectful of each client’s case and treat them with the utmost importance.
TALK TO A MARIETTA THEFT LAWYER FROM OUR TEAM!
Anyone charged with a theft crime may be looking at jail time, fines and restitution, along with a number of other damaging repercussions including a criminal record. It is important that you are in touch with a competent lawyer to help you, the earlier the better. A Marietta criminal lawyer from our team can help you build your case to maximize your chances for a favorable outcome in court, even conducting our own independent investigation as needed. Our firm offers you a free consultation to discuss the case and assist you in preparing a strong defense on your behalf. Contact a Marietta theft crime attorney today!
CONTACT BLEVINS & HONG
191 Roswell Street, Marietta, GA 30060
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