Experienced Theft Law Firm in Utah
In its most simple and general sense theft can be very simple, we tell our young kids about as they are growing up “don’t take things that are not yours.” However, when it comes to the law and theft the concept of theft becomes much more complicated, as do most things in the law. Although the principle concept of theft remains the same in all theft statutes the charges are numerous and vary widely. Some of the examples of theft crimes in Utah are:
The severity of these listed crimes and other theft crimes is usually dictated by the dollar value of the goods that were stolen and could be charges as either a misdemeanor or felony.
Defending Theft Crimes
If you have been charged with a theft crime in Utah then you are facing a serious charge that requires serious legal defense. Whether you took a 25 cent item from the store or have been charged with stealing thousands of dollars the attorneys at St. George Criminal Defense are prepared to help you. Theft Crimes, which are often referred to as property crimes, are complicated crimes that require experience and know how to defend, two things you can count on finding with our attorneys. Regardless of the charges against you, there are serious consequences at stake that could seriously affect your life negatively. If there are aggravating circumstances involved with your case like the use of force or a deadly weapon the risks are even greater. With the dedicated experts at St. George Criminal defense you can mitigate those risks and be confident that you will be receiving the best possible outcome available to you.
Call or email us today to set up a free initial consultation. With serious charges hanging over your head you most likely have a lot of questions and concerns. During a consultation we can answer all of your questions and help you understand the legal process that lies ahead of you. Don’t go through this difficult time of your life without help and then regret it later, call us today and we’ll let you know what we can do for you.