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  • Salt Lake City Theft Charges Defense Lawyer

    The penalties associated with a conviction on any type of theft charge can greatly affect your life. For this reason, it is important to take theft charges seriously by working with an experienced Utah robbery lawyer who has a proven track record of successful theft defense results.

    At the offices of Greg S. Law, we know the law on theft crimes, and we know strategies that work to achieve the best possible results in Utah courts. Learn more about how our experience can benefit you, and call 801-261-6228 or contact us online for a free initial consultation with a Davis County burglary law firm that has the experience needed to defend you.

    Effective Defense Against An Array Of Theft Charges

    Our attorneys are available to defend individuals throughout the state of Utah against theft-related charges of all types, including:

    • Shoplifting, retail theft
    • Identity theft, theft by forgery
    • Check fraud, credit card fraud
    • Wire, mail or Internet fraud
    • Employee theft, embezzlement
    • Burglary
    • Robbery
    • White collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement

    Theft crimes are enhanceable offenses, meaning they can be charged at the level provided by Utah statutes (class B misdemeanor, class A misdemeanor, third-degree felony, etc.) or at a higher level when aggravating factors (use of a weapon, threats, etc.) are involved or when the defendant has a record of prior convictions.

    Whatever the nature of your charges, our goal is to protect your record, rights and freedom. To us, this means our first priority has to be an acquittal or a dismissal. If an outright acquittal or dismissal is not possible, we will diligently negotiate on your behalf with the prosecution to seek a significantly reduced charge or other plea agreement that will mitigate the penalties and adverse consequences you face.

    Accused Of Stealing? Call Us Today.

    For answers to any other questions you have about your rights or how we can help, call 801-261-6228 or contact us online. We offer a free initial consultation, and are available for evening and weekend appointments. We also accept major credit cards.