Theft Crimes Lawyer in Attleboro
Decades Spent Fighting Larceny and Theft Charges in Fall River
Has a larceny charge thrown your life off track? Get help from an experienced Attleboro theft crimes lawyer. In Massachusetts, stealing another person's property is legally called "larceny," which many other states refer to as "theft."
A larceny/theft crime can be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor. This will depend on a number of factors, including the type of property allegedly stolen, the value of the property allegedly stolen and the circumstances of the taking of the property. Let the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. help you build a case to protect yourself. Call our firm today for a free consultation.
Call (508) 690-4808 now to schedule your free consultation. You can also contact the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. online.
Protecting Your Future
Theft crimes involve the taking of property from a person, building, vault, or other structure. These types of allegations must be thoroughly and promptly investigated. In today's world, many buildings and residences are monitored by electronic surveillance equipment. A prompt investigation may uncover if video footage exists. Whether the footage assists in your defense or not, you must be aware it is exists so that you can properly prepare your defense or disposition strategy.
Larceny offenses may include:
- Breaking and entering in the daytime to commit a felony or misdemeanor
- Breaking and entering in the nighttime to commit a felony or misdemeanor
- Credit card fraud
- Identify fraud
- Larceny (over $250 or under $250)
- Receiving stolen property
- Uttering a false instrument
How We Can Help
Attorney James Caramanica has been practicing criminal defense for decades. His commitment to favorable outcomes for his clients has earned him a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating. During your free consultation, we can discuss the details of your case and what needs to happen in order to defend against the charges.
Get started on your case today. Dial (508) 690-4808 now.
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