Miami Theft Defense Attorney

Criminal Lawyer for South Florida Theft Charges

If you or someone you know is facing theft crime charges of any kind, you may be in danger of facing years of imprisonment, fines, and other serious criminal penalties if you are convicted.

The Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. is here to help, and with over ten years of experience as a trial attorney as well as a background as a former Miami-Dade prosecutor, Attorney Michael Mirer understands the Florida criminal process inside and out.

Our Miami theft attorney at the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. can help you fight allegations of such theft crimes as:

You can also learn more by visiting our Theft Crimes Q & A page.

About Florida Theft Crimes

Theft crimes encompass a broad number of criminal offenses, all related to misappropriating property or funds, stealing property or committing fraud. The penalties an individual will face for a theft charge will depend upon whether or not the offense was violent in nature and other factors. For example, robbery and burglary are committed through the use of force or violence, and therefore these charges carry more severe penalties.

Do I need an attorney?

Involving a lawyer is important, and we highly suggest that you do this as early in the criminal process as possible. You may be in danger of facing serious criminal penalties and even up to years in prison if you are convicted. The failure to act quickly and involve a Miami theft crime lawyer may come back to haunt you if you are found guilty or if you accept a plea bargain that is not truly in your best interests. Contact Attorney Michael Mirer today if you would like to learn more about your rights and interests from a skilled legal professional.

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