Have you been accused of taking merchandise from a store in a mall, one of the theme parks such as Disneyworld, SeaWorld or Universal Studios?
Generally, in order to prove the charge of theft against you, the government must establish that you took property from another with the intent to deprive the person of a right to the property or benefit of the property; or appropriate the property for personal use or for the use of another person not entitled to the use of the property.
The criminal charge of theft in Florida can range from misdemeanor petty theft to serious felony changes such as Grand Theft. No how matter how minor or serious the theft charge may be, any conviction will have a significant impact on your future. A theft charge is particularly serious because it is considered a “crime of moral turpitude”. Preserving your reputation is critical to maintaining employment and fulfilling other obligations you may have.
As experienced criminal defense lawyers in Orlando, Warren Lindsey and Matthew Ferry have helped many clients find solutions to their legal problems and protect their reputation. They have established a reputation for providing unequivocal defense for people facing such charges.
Contact our firm 24/7 at 407-278-7692 or 877-301-2280 to schedule a free initial consultation. Located in Winter Park, Florida, we serve clients throughout the region.