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Theft Offense Classifications
In cases involving theft, the accuser must prove that the accused took property with the intent not to return it to the rightful owner. Pennsylvania law covers a wide range of theft that includes:
Because penalties vary significantly, it’s important to have knowledgeable representation to preserve your rights and help you to navigate the criminal justice system.
Why Choose Us?
A theft conviction can seriously impact your career, community reputation, and future. If you or someone you know is facing a theft charge, you’ll want to work with an experienced Pennsylvania criminal attorney. Our attorneys have conducted numerous bench and jury trials involving various crimes including theft.
Our team will leverage its knowledge of PA law to evaluate your case, examine evidence, and plan a strategic defense. We’ll also look for mitigating issues like suppression, unreliable witnesses, police misconduct, or denial of criminal intent that might affect your case outcome.
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In order to gain an understanding of your needs and see if we can help, we set up a conversation. Once we can assess your situation and define the legal services and guidance you require, you have the opportunity to establish an attorney-client relationship.
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