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Miami Theft Attorney

Theft is legally defined as the act of intentionally taking an individual’s property without explicit, unforced consent. Regardless of whether theft is temporary or permanent, the charges are serious and may have severe consequences. In different states, the term theft may be referred to or replaced by the term larceny.

Throughout Florida, theft convictions can carry sentences that include large fines, community service, jail time and/or permanent marks on the convict’s record. If you or a loved one is accused of theft in Florida, it’s crucial that you secure the services of the highly skilled, well respected theft attorney at Asilia Law Firm.

The Miami theft lawyers at Asilia Law Firm have years of experience successfully defending the rights of individuals facing criminal charges, including theft. Our attorneys are:

  • Committed to staying well versed in the latest updates to theft legislation
  • Passionate about providing each client with personalized relationships, as well as premier representation
  • Highly proficient at defending our clients in state and federal courts
  • Experienced at representing our clients in a variety of legal settings, including (not limited to) bail hearings, trail and parole hearings

Types of Theft Charges

The following circumstances will dictate the exact type of charge filed:

  • Whether a weapon was used
  • Whether anyone was injured during the event
  • The value of the property taken

Types of theft charges include (but aren’t limited to):

  • Grand theft, a severe charge filed when property worth $750 or more is stolen. Grand theft is a felony charge that may be punishable by as much as five years in prison.
  • Petit theft, a misdemeanor charge filed when property between $100 and $300 is taken. Petit theft is punishable by up to a year in prison.
  • Shoplifting, also known as “retail theft”, which can be filed as a misdemeanor or felony based on the value of the property taken. Shoplifting charges are filed when an individual allegedly steals from a merchant.

Dealing in stolen property, which also has varying degrees of severity based on the amount of property being dealt. However, Florida law states that dealing in stolen property – whether an individual is financing, organizing, directing, managing or supervising the operation – is a felony.

Contact a Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Today

If you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with a theft-related crime in Florida, you should contact the experienced defense attorney at Asilia Law Firm for help. Our attorney has the experience and knowledge necessary to build an aggressive defense on your behalf.

To learn more about your legal rights and options, please contact Asilia Law Firm today.

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