Being convicted of a theft offense can potentially have severe consequences for you. Something as small as a misdemeanor offense can affect your career, housing options, the chance for a higher education, as well as the relationship with your family.  The consequences and penalties resulting from a theft offense are commonly determined by the value of the property stolen.

We defend people who have been charged with the following:

  • Shoplifting
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Armed Robbery
  • Arson
  • Malicious destruction of property
  • Internet theft

Having experienced legal counsel can help you get the results you want in your case. If you have done any reading on Florida Statute, Chapter 812 Theft, Robbery, and Related Crimes, you know how tedious the law is and how overwhelming it can be to comprehend.  On top of that, with the criteria a theft case considers, every theft case takes on a life of its own before trial. While an inexperienced attorney can provide you with generic legal defense, a seasoned criminal law attorney will be able to vigorously dissect the circumstances in your case and protect you during trial.

If you have been convicted of a theft offense, it is important to understand what your charges mean and the options that are available for you.  When your rights and freedom are at stake, it is important to have experience on your side. We will exhaust every avenue available to get your charges dismissed, find alternatives to severe penalties, and get you back to living a normal life.