There are many types of criminal offenses for which people can be charged in Flint. Some offenses are more serious than others, but all criminal offenses can have negative consequences. No one wants to face the possibility of going to prison, but if you have been charged with a theft offense, then that possibility exists. However, remember that in all criminal cases you are innocent until proven guilty. You do have rights and you should fight for them. At Nickola Law we help you fight for those rights, including cases of theft offense.
Some common theft offenses include:
There are many different kinds of criminal offenses that fall under the theft category. They can vary in definition and degrees, but each one is typically considered to be a type of theft.
If you have been charged with one of these offenses it’s important to develop the right kind of criminal defense strategy. There are several common defenses you could choose to use, including, but not limited to:
There are many defense strategies to choose from and there are also several different kinds of offenses that could fall under the theft category. Each one is slightly different and the penalties can vary depending on the circumstances. However, no matter what type of theft offense charge you are facing, you should not take the charges lightly. At the law office of Nickola we have more than 25 years of experience defending people who are facing charges for theft offenses. We understand what it takes to fight these charges and we seek the best possible resolution in these matters. We fight for your rights every step of the way. If you are in need of knowledgeable and experienced legal help for a theft offense then please contact us right away in Flint, at 810-767-5420. You can also reach us online by clicking here.
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