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Dealing in Stolen Property

Miami Theft Crime Attorney

Dealing in stolen property is a criminal offense that is related to theft crimes. In Florida, trafficking in stolen property is a felony offense, punishable by up to 15 or 30 years in prison, depending on the specific case.

If you are currently under investigation for or have been charged with dealing in stolen property, it is important that you involve a legal professional who can protect your rights and your interests. You may be at risk of facing a conviction and serious penalties, and you will need an aggressive attorney to defend you against a conviction of this kind.

Penalties for Dealing in Stolen Property in Florida

In Florida, any person who traffics in property that was stolen or that the defendant should have reasonably known was stolen, may face second degree felony charges, punishable by up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

Any person who organizes, plans, finances, manages, or supervises theft and then traffics in stolen property may face first degree felony charges, punishable by up to 30 years in state prison as well as a fine of up to $10,000.

Arrested in Miami? Call the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A.!

Miami criminal defense lawyer Michael Mirer has over a decade of legal experience to dedicate to your case. He is a former Miami-Dade prosecutor as well, and he can use his knowledge and experience in both sides of criminal cases to provide you with valuable insight and effective legal counsel through the entire criminal court process. If formal charges have not yet been filed, Attorney Mirer can negotiate with the prosecution to lessen the charges and penalties you may face, possibly helping you avoid formal charges entirely.

For the help you need to fight your charges involving dealing in stolen property, you need an experienced lawyer you can trust. Contact the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. today for a free consultation and to learn more about your case.

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