The short and truthful answer to “How much will this cost?” is: it depends.
Theft occurs when someone unlawfully takes or receives another person’s property. Punishments vary depending on the value of the property. For example, shoplifting property worth between $50 and $500 is a Class B misdemeanor, with penalties ranging of zero to six months in jail and a fine up to $2,000. If the stolen property is worth $1,500 or more, the theft is a felony, with significantly higher penalties including prison.
Being charged with theft can be a stressful and humiliating experience. It’s a broad offense, covering anything from passing a bad check to shoplifting, theft of services, or complex white-collar fraud. Conviction can have far-reaching consequences including hefty fines and jail time, not to mention damage to a person’s reputation. Having a conviction on record can also create barriers to finding employment and providing for one’s family.
At the Neal Davis Law Firm, we understand how difficult this experience is. We are experienced at resolving cases involving all kinds of theft. We manage investigations discreetly, determine the best defense strategy, and obtain favorable results for our clients.
"Mr. Davis is a very experienced attorney. He was able to help us during a stressful situation and saved our family mental anguish. Our case was dismissed! He stood out from other attorneys at the courthouse. He is very caring in our case and willing to help us above and beyond. He listened carefully and was ALWAYS available when reaching out to him. He is a true blessing in our lives.I STRONGLY recommend him and we will never be able to thank him enough!"
Our record of dismissals in these kinds of cases is extensive. Here are some of our successes:
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