Theft offenses

Theft offenses can carry a wide range of penalties, from no jail time to imprisonment in the state prison. If you have been convicted of a prior theft offense, any new theft offense you pick up could potentially be charged as a felony. Some theft offenses commonly thought of as “shoplifting” could also potentially lead to felony charges. As a result, you should consult with an attorney in any theft case who can assist you in obtaining the best resolution possible and in preparing your defense.

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