Common Theft Lawyers

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Examples of Common Theft Charges

Theft (stealing) is the taking of someone else's personal property that is of some value without their consent. To be classified as theft or common theft, the person taking the property must intend to deprive the owner of the property permanently. Some theft crimes are classified as misdemeanors and some as felonies.

Other Forms of Theft Include offenses such as:

Have You been Accused of Theft?

If you are accused of theft, you should speak to an attorney or theft lawyer to learn more about your rights, your defenses, and the legal ramifications under the National Stolen Property Act.

Victims of Theft

If you are a victim of Theft, you should call the police. If there is sufficient evidence, the police will then forward your case to the District Attorney's office to prosecute the person who committed the theft against you.

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Last Modified: 01-20-2014 02:12 PM PST

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