THEFT CRIMES AND BURGLARY
Murder & Manslaughter
Assault & Battery
Theft Crimes And Burglary
Federal White Collar
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What Happens If You Violate Your Probation?
Theft crimes can take many forms, ranging from misdemeanor shoplifting to white-collar schemes that are prosecuted in federal court. The severity of the charges can depend on several factors, one of the most common being the value of the goods allegedly stolen. What all property crimes charges have in common is the potential for extensive damage to your life if you are convicted.
If you are convicted of a theft crime or burglary (illegally entering someone else's property with the intent to commit a crime) you may face large fines, probation, jail or prison time and the loss of reputation. Your job and family may be adversely affected.
Any theft crime or burglary charge should be taken very seriously. If you or a loved one was arrested, make sure you have strong legal representation as soon as possible. Do not talk to the police about the charges until you obtain legal advice.
Effective Defense Representation Against Property Crimes Charges
The criminal defense attorneys of Eisenmenger, Robinson, Blaue & Peters, P.A. based in Brevard County, Florida, provide effective representation against all charges related to property crimes. We can help you right away if your case involves:
- Shoplifting charges
- An alleged home invasion or break-in
- A reported car theft
- An arrest for robbery
- Fraud or embezzlement
Attorney Greg Eisenmenger is a board-certified criminal defense attorney who has over 30 years of experience in state and federal criminal courts. When you work with Eisenmenger, Robinson, Blaue & Peters, P.A. you will have access to two of the most experienced criminal trial lawyers in Central Florida.
Contact Eisenmenger, Robinson, Blaue & Peters, P.A. For Advice
Searching for a skilled Brevard County attorney for theft or burglary charges? Contact us any time.
The initial consultation is free. We are here to answer your questions and explain your legal rights.