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Get Representation From an Experienced Theft Lawyer and Protect Your Rights
Most property crimes, (petite theft, shoplifting, and criminal conversion) are charged as misdemeanors in Indiana. More serious and dangerous theft-related crimes such as burglary and auto theft are charged as felonies. Regardless of the classification, being arrested and charged with a crime can be a frightening and confusing experience. The consequences of a conviction may be severe and long-lasting, which is why you should retain assertive defense representation as soon as possible. I am a criminal defense lawyer who represents clients accused of theft, shoplifting, burglary, and more in the Allen County, IN area.
The Elements of Burglary Charges in Indiana
Under Indiana laws, burglary must involve breaking and entering into a home or commercial business that belongs to someone else with the intention of committing a theft, or any felony, inside. Aggravating factors include the involvement of a deadly weapon or causing bodily harm to the victim. Residential robberies carry higher penalties than commercial robberies.
Consult With an Experienced Misdemeanor Lawyer in Allen County, IN in the Surrounding Areas
If you’ve been accused of misdemeanor theft, contact my offices today. In a free initial consultation, we will discuss your case and I will ensure you fully understand your situation before we proceed.
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