Miami Larceny Attorney
Defense for Theft Charges in South Florida
Larceny is a legal term which refers to the criminal offense of taking another's property with the intention of temporarily or permanently depriving them of its use, without the victim's knowledge and/or consent. In Florida, larceny may be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the nature of the offense as well as the value of property involved.
Shoplifting is a form of larceny, as are violent
theft crimes such as
burglary, carjacking and
robbery. Larceny may be classified as grand larceny or
petit larceny, depending on the value and type of property taken. The specific penalties that may be enforced will vary in conjunction with the defendant's prior criminal record, if any, as well as whether he or she was in possession of a firearm or other deadly weapon during the commission of the crime.
Arrested for larceny? Get help from a top Miami theft lawyer!
It may seem that fighting your larceny charges is helpless. There may be surveillance footage or other physical evidence that law enforcement has gathered against you, in addition to testimony from a store employee or security officer. Stolen property may have been located in your car or on your property. Although this may make it so the odds seem to be stacked against you, it is your attorney's job to aggressively assert your rights and fight to help you avoid a conviction - no matter the odds.
Are you facing larceny charges in Miami, Florida? Talk to criminal attorney Michael Mirer today to learn more about your legal rights and your options in challenging these charges and working toward an acquittal or lessened charges and penalties. Attorney Mirer can negotiate with the prosecuting attorney for lesser charges and can also take your case all the way through to a trial and verdict if this is necessary.
Learn more about how you can challenge your larceny charges from an experienced lawyer. Contact the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. today and fill out a
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