Grand Theft Auto Defense Lawyers Orlando
Orlando Grand Theft Defense Attorneys
The more valuable the item you are accused of stealing, the more severe the criminal penalties. While some theft crimes are charged as misdemeanors, an arrest for theft of something over $300 is considered felony grand theft.
The consequences of a grand theft conviction include up to five years in jail and a $5,000 fine. However, assigning a time or monetary amount to a damaged reputation is impossible. A once-thriving career could be at an end with a grand theft conviction on your record.
You need a dedicated criminal defense attorney at The Umansky Law Firm to protect your rights, freedom and future.
Former Prosecutors Protecting the Rights of Our Clients Charged with Theft
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During a job interview, many employers will ask prospective applicants if they were ever arrested or convicted of a crime. Answering "yes" could undermine your qualifications and interview performance. Certain jobs require licensures that mandate a clean criminal record.
Following an arrest for grand theft, you may feel that your options are limited. That often leads to quick guilty pleas without legal representation. Securing the services of an attorney can start the process of negotiating a reduction to misdemeanor charges. It can also lead to a deal with the victim to provide restitution in exchange for dropping the charges.