Sara Webster has a record of success in defending theft offenses in Pennsylvania including retail theft, identity theft, forgery, theft by deception, receiving stolen property and robbery.
Many theft-type offenses are graded based upon whether force was used and the amount of money involved. If the amount was less than $50 and non-violent, then the offense constitutes a Misdemeanor III. As the amount increases, the offense is upgraded to a Misdemeanor II or I, and if the amount exceeds $2,000, it becomes a Felony. If the theft of a vehicle or motorcycle is involved or force is used, the offense is upgraded to a Felony I, II or III.
It is important to strategize a defense that minimize the amount of loss or the circumstances involved in the loss.
Hiring a lawyer to handle a theft offense is important, because the consequences of a theft conviction can be life-long. Theft is considered a crime of falsehood or dishonesty which is considered crucial by employers, lending institutions, and professional licensing boards.
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Hiring an attorney to avoid these consequences at the earliest stage is crucial.
Sara Webster is experienced in Bucks County and Montgomery County theft offense cases and can guide you through the many procedures necessary. There is no charge for an initial consultation which includes strategizing with the facts of your case. Contact Bucks County theft offense lawyer, Sara Webster.