Robbery / Burglary / Theft
If so, it is important to obtain legal representation as soon as possible. It could mean the difference between a conviction and dropped charges. In most cases, there is a limited window of opportunity for your attorney to act before the prosecutor makes a final decision as to the severity of the charges. In cases involving a first-time offender, it may be possible to avoid having a conviction on your record by seeking deferred adjudication. In cases involving a juvenile, it is best if the offender is represented by a lawyer who is fully knowledgeable of the juvenile court system.
At the Law Offices of Edwards & Jones, our attorneys have helped many people obtain the best possible outcomes for theft cases to include charges of:
- Possession of Stolen Goods
- Petty Theft or Larceny
- Armed Robbery
- Grand Larceny
- Home Burglaries
- Auto Theft
- Breaking & Entering
- Receiving Stolen Property
Theft Defense | Gainesville, Ocala, Lake City & Palatka
Since employers and creditors often conduct background checks, any allegation of larceny can have serious consequences. Cases involving theft, burglary or robbery require a creative approach to obtain a dismissal or reduction of charges. So don't wait until your court date to begin defending your rights. Whether you are still under investigation or have already been charged, you need the services of a good criminal attorney. Call our office at 352.377.7800 to schedule your free consultation.
DISCLAIMER: This website does not seek to nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship. The content is provided "as is" and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter of criminal defense. Seek the services of a qualified attorney immediately following an arrest for any theft charge.