Theft Crimes Attorney in Brockton
Criminal Defense in Plymouth, Hingham, Quincy & Beyond
A number of offenses are considered theft crimes in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts. Depending on the specifics of your case and the details
of your arrest, you may be facing a misdemeanor or felony charge. While
this time in your life may be difficult and you may be feeling overwhelmed
about what your future may hold, it is absolutely essential that you contact
When you work with a dedicated criminal defense lawyer from
South Shore Criminal Defense, you can be confident that your case is in good hands. When you retain
the representation of an attorney, your lawyer can immediately conduct
an investigation into your case to ensure that your rights are protected.
Your lawyer will then develop a personalized strategy to help you obtain
the best possible outcome for your theft crime case.
Charges for Theft-Related Offenses
Depending on the specifics of your case, you may be facing extremely harsh
penalties, including jail or prison time, fines, restitution,
and probation. Massachusetts recognizes the following crimes as theft-related offenses:
- Breaking and entering
- Larceny by stealing from a person
- Larceny by stealing from a property
- Receiving stolen property
- Certain white collar crimes
Of course, each case is unique to the individual involved, and without
the representation of an attorney, you could be forced to serve a lengthy
sentence. It is absolutely essential that you take action and protect
your rights and freedom by working with the aggressive and talented attorney.
Work with South Shore Criminal Defense
The attorneys are proud to offer outstanding representation to individuals
throughout the South Shore and surrounding communities. The attorneys
understand that being accused of a serious crime such as a theft offense
can be stressful, but with legal representation, you can be confident
that your case is in good hands.
Unlike other firms, the attorneys of South Shore Criminal Defense do not
take on a case with plans to plead it out; they will take each case presuming
that they are going to take it to trial and win. They are not afraid of
litigation and they will aggressively pursue the best possible outcome
for your situation.
Get Your Free Case Analysis!
If you have been arrested for a theft crime in Massachusetts, or if you've
been summoned for a clerks-magistrate hearing, then now is the time to
act. You have a limited amount of time to retain an attorney before an
arraignment, so you need to contact a South Shore Criminal Defense attorney
right away. Complete a
free case evaluation form to get started!