Guarding Against The Consequences Of A Conviction
There is no such thing as an insignificant criminal charge when it comes to theft of money, property or items from a store. A conviction on your record for something as minor as shoplifting $20 worth of clothing or groceries can stay with you for the rest of your life. A conviction of a theft crime may significantly affect your ability to gain future employment. A felony conviction for grand theft can mean a lengthy prison sentence.
If you are under investigation or have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony theft offense in Florida, call the law offices of Ringsmuth, Day & O’Halloran, PLLC, right away. We will protect your rights through the entire legal process, keeping you informed about the arraignment and bail process, and filing all legal motions necessary to suppress evidence, protect your rights and help you get the best possible outcome for your charges.
Our lawyers offer more than 70 collective years of experience representing people facing theft charges in state and federal courts in Florida, including (but not limited to):
- Federal fraud and white collar economic crimes, including embezzlement, blackmail, welfare fraud, Medicare and Medicaid fraud, and internet fraud
- Identity theft, including credit card theft, check and bank fraud
- Burglary, breaking and entering
- Auto theft
- Robbery and armed assault
- Shoplifting and petit theft
- Possession of stolen property or dealing in stolen property
This Is A Stressful Time And You May Be Embarrassed. We Won’t Judge You — Just Help You.
Our firm is sensitive to your needs and concerns. You will be treated the way that we’d want to be treated. To that end, you will find our staff to be courteous, kind and ready to help.