Thefts Can Be Charged As Misdemeanors Or Felonies
Theft charges can fall within the misdemeanor or felony category. Examples would be larceny, shoplifting, obtaining property by false pretenses or burglary. If you are facing any of these charges or another theft charge not listed here, there are a few things you must consider before handling your case.
It Is Important To Consider That A Theft Conviction Has Lifelong Consequences
The manner in which you handle this case can affect numerous areas of your life. Theft charges can prevent you from getting into colleges, from getting jobs, and can even affect future military service. Unfortunately, based on my experience in the criminal justice system, this is the most popular crime for first-time offenders. Whether this is your first offense or not, do not take these charges lightly. At Graystar Legal, we can help you understand the charges you are facing. We can help you understand your legal options so you can make informed decisions about your future. Give us a call at 336-652-5163 and let us navigate this process for you.
Do Not Hesitate To Defend Yourself. Call Us Today.
Don’t face the criminal justice system without a strong defense. What you might perceive to be a minor offense can lead to severe consequences. Graystar Legal is well-equipped to handle your theft crime charge no matter if it is a felony or misdemeanor. With offices in Winston Salem, North Carolina, we encourage you to either call us at 336-652-5163 or email us to schedule a confidential consultation.