Theft Crime Lawyer in Cobb County

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Stealing offenses can be categorized either as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the nature of your case. As your attorney, it is my job to fight on your behalf so that you have a chance at a lesser conviction, a reduced sentencing, or even a dismissal. I thoroughly investigate your arrest, your motives, the way evidence was obtained, the circumstances in which the alleged theft occurred, and more. Trust me to pursue and exhaust all our legal options so you can receive the best possible outcome.

Prior to becoming a Cobb County criminal defense lawyer, I worked as a prosecutor. I know exactly how to navigate Georgia's criminal justice system, and how law enforcement and prosecutors operate. At The Sylvan Firm, LLC, I offer you experienced, seasoned advocacy legal advocacy dedicated to the preservation of your future. Because I understand cost is a concern for some, The Sylvan Firm, LLC offers affordable and flexible payment plans to help accommodate virtually any budget. Your financial situation should not stand in the way of you and the representation you need.

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Some examples of theft crimes in Georgia include:

  • Shoplifting: Unlawfully removing merchandise from a retailer, including through concealment
  • Burglary: Entering any facility without the expressed consent of the owner, not necessarily always involving theft
  • Theft of services: Obtaining services that require payment and intentionally not paying for them
  • Auto theft: Entering a motor vehicle with the intent to steal it
  • Theft of stolen/lost property: Receiving and retaining property that was lost by the owner, or stolen from the owner
  • Bringing stolen property from another state: Transporting an item that was stolen in another state into Georgia
  • Extortion: Obtaining services, or property, through threatening the owner of the property
  • Identity fraud: Using another person's name for credit cards, bank accounts, or other similar purposes

Advocacy From a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in Cobb County

In order to convict you of the theft offense, the prosecution must prove beyond a doubt that you willfully separated the owner from his or her property, as well as a number of other factors. Building a strong case that protects your rights, or perhaps that offers an alternative for your intentions, can define the outcome of your case. If your case ends up going to trial, you can be confident that you have a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by your side. This honor is given only to elite attorneys who have demonstrated superior legal advocacy in court.

Speak with me by calling The Sylvan Firm, LLC today to begin building a strong defense with a former prosecutor.

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