Law Office of Nathan Prince Theft Crimes

Tallahassee Theft Crime Lawyer 

Experienced Defense Against Theft Crime Charges in Florida 

Have you or your loved one been charged with a theft crime? Facing charges can be incredibly nerve-wracking, especially with the threat of a conviction and criminal record looming over you. Being arrested does not mean that your situation is hopeless. If you have been arrested, contact the Law Office of Nathan Prince and retain the legal guidance of a skilled and tenacious theft crime lawyer. Our Tallahassee criminal defense lawyer is ready and willing to fight for your rights.

We offer free consultations—get defense for your case today!

Understanding Theft Charges in Florida

On the general level, the term theft is used to describe the action of taking another person’s belongings with the intent of depriving them of their belongings permanently. Because theft crimes encompass a broad range of criminal actions, specific charges are used to categorize the theft committed and apply degree and punishment.

Under Florida law, theft crimes are broken into different crimes and charges, including:

  • Petty Theft
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Grand Theft
  • Larceny
  • Shoplifting

The punishment for a conviction varies depending on the severity of the crime. For example, petty theft is typically tried as a misdemeanor, whereas, grand theft is classified as a felony. Even if the penalties for your crime may seem minor, hiring a Tallahassee theft crime attorney to represent you is in your best interest.

Proven Defense Strategies for Theft Charges 

At the Law Office of Nathan Prince, our legal team is well versed in presenting clients that have been charged with a theft crime. With over 2,500 cases handled, Nathan Prince has seen his fair share of trials.

Our firm can use proven legal strategies to defend you, like claiming:

  • Ownership – If the defendant had a valid reason to believe that the property they took was actually theirs, they are usually required to provide some form of proof to support their claim.
  • Intoxication – If the defendant was intoxicated, they can claim that their intoxication hindered them from recognizing that the property they took wasn’t theirs.
  • Entrapment – If the defendant was coerced or forced to commit a crime by another individual, they can claim that they were the victim of entrapment.
  • Return of property – Even though returning stolen property is not technically a defense strategy to theft, it can help paint the defendant in a sympathetic light since they only intended to “borrow” it.

Contact Our Tallahassee Theft Crime Attorney Today 

If you have been arrested for a theft crime, don’t settle for a subpar attorney to represent you. At our law firm, we put our clients’ best interests first, and we do what we can to ensure they receive the verdict they need. Our theft defense lawyer in Tallahassee has the experience and determination to provide your case with quality defense. Don’t wait any longer—retain our team for your case today!

Contact our office by calling (850) 601-5690 and speak with a member of our knowledgeable staff.

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