Miami Grand Theft Attorney
WHAT IS GRAND THEFT?
Grand theft is a theft crime that involves stealing property valued at $300 or more, or involving the theft of a particular type of item, such as a firearm. Depending on what was allegedly stolen as well as the value of the property, a defendant may face anywhere from a maximum sentence of 5 years to 30 years in state prison.
The defendant is also likely to face restitution to the victim, as well as heavy fines and court fees. Grand theft is a felony offense in Florida, which is why you must hire an experienced Miami grand theft crime lawyer to protect your rights as soon as possible.
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WHAT ARE THE PENALTIES FOR GRAND THEFT IN FLORIDA?
Following are some of the specific types of grand theft, along with the potential penalties that a defendant may face if convicted in Florida:
- Grand theft of the third degree - theft of an item valued at $300 to less than $20,000, or theft of a firearm, fire extinguisher, commercially farmed animal, will, anhydrous ammonia, or stop sign. Also includes theft of any property valued at $100 to less than $300 when taken from a home, apartment or other dwelling. Grand theft of the third degree is punishable by up to 5 years in state prison and/or a fine of up to $5,000.
- Grand theft of the second degree - theft of property valued at $20,000 or more, but less than $100,000. Punishable by up to 15 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
- Grand theft of the first degree - theft of property valued at $100,000 or more, theft involving property damage valued at $1,000 or more, or theft involving the use of a motor vehicle as an instrument in committing the crime and resulting in damage to real property. Punishable by up to 30 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
What is Grand Larceny in Florida?
Grand larceny in Florida refers to the intentional and unlawful taking of property valued at $750 or more. It is considered a felony offense, with varying degrees depending on the value of the stolen property. If the amount stolen exceeds $100,000, it is charged as a first-degree felony, carrying a penalty of up to 30 years. The specific definitions and penalties for grand larceny in Florida can be found in Florida Statute 812.014.
Charged With Grand Theft in Miami-Dade?
Contacting an attorney is a wise choice if you or someone you know is currently facing arrest or criminal charges for grand theft in Florida. Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Mirer offers a free initial consultation to discuss your case and how he can assist you in avoiding a conviction and maximum penalties for this offense, and he represents clients throughout all of the greater South Florida.
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