Theft charges are sometimes seen as minor issues instead of the very serious matters that they are. When you are facing one of these charges, you need to focus on two things. One of these is the possible penalties that you are facing if you are convicted. The other is how the conviction might impact the rest of your life.
We realize that not all theft cases are the same. We look into the circumstances of the alleged theft so that we can determine how to handle your case. By personalizing the defense, we can work on answering some or all of the prosecution’s claims.
When you are thinking about how the charges can impact you, think about your employment in the future. If you go to apply for a job and need a background check, you might find it hard to get hired because employers want to protect their assets.
As you can imagine, the impacts of the charge can outlast the penalties that the court places on you if you are convicted. This is something that might be hard to overcome, so it is imperative that you take the time to work on a defense now.
You are the person who has to take the lead in your defense. We can help you to learn about the possibilities, but it is up to you to decide what direction you want to take your case. This is something that is difficult to decide in some cases. While you can’t prolong the case, you can take the time to consider each option that you have before you make a decision about how you want your case to proceed.