These offenses include, but are not limited to the following crimes:
All these offenses—and many more—fall under the heading “Theft Offenses” or “Property Crimes.” Many of them can be charged as either felonies or misdemeanors, depending upon the value of the property taken or destroyed. Many of them can result in incarceration—some of them require it. And, perhaps most important, prosecutors overcharge many theft offenses.
If you have been charged with one of these offenses, I can help you. Theft offenses carry a stigma that can follow you around the rest of your life. After all, who wants to hire someone charged with a larceny conviction on his/her record? You should choose an attorney who know these laws, keep current on changes in the statutes, and who will fight hard to protect your freedom and liberty.