A theft conviction will impact your life. Employers check criminal histories. A theft conviction will make it difficult to find a job. Impairing your ability to find work is just one way a property crime, such as theft, will affect your life. Because property crime convictions have far-reaching effects, it is essential that you seek help from a lawyer experienced in handling these charges.
At Hardy Law Group, we have extensive experience with property crime cases. We have handled numerous property crime cases, including, but not limited to: theft, both misdemeanor and felony; aggravated robbery; robbery; burglary of a motor vehicle; theft receiving and concealing; burglary of a habitation; UUMV (auto theft) and criminal mischief. We know how to spot weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, which we can use to our clients’ advantage. If the case against you is strong, we can use our experience with negotiating plea bargains to minimize the impact of your case on your life, both in the short term and long term.
Contact Hardy Law Group today for an aggressive defense against any of the following charges:
- Theft Receiving and Concealing (Theft R & C)
- Aggravated Robbery
- Burglary of a Motor Vehicle
- Burglary of a Habitation
- Criminal Mischief
- Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle (UUMV)
Remember that a property crime conviction, such as theft, will brand you “a thief” for the rest of your life. Consult with an attorney that knows the system you’re up against. In some cases, depending on your criminal history and the facts of your unique case, you may even be eligible for a dismissal of the charges. Contact Hardy Law Group today for a free initial consultation to discuss whether you may qualify for a dismissal of your theft or other property crime charge.
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