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Theft Crime Attorney in Miami

Defending Individuals Against Theft Charges in FL: (305) 374-6683

Top 100 Trial Lawyers in FloridaIf you are facing charges for a theft offense, it is imperative that you do not try to handle these on your own. At Law Office of Thomas W. Mote II PA, we have 18 years of experience representing clients against false accusations. We will work to defend your constitutional rights. Your freedom and your loved one's livelihood could be at stake if you spend time in prison, so don't hesitate to contact Thomas Mote today. Whenever you need him, he is eager and ready to help.

Arrested for theft? Contact our Miami theft lawyer at (305) 374-6683 for a FREE consultation today!

When is an Offense Considered Theft?

Theft is defined by Florida Statute 812.014 as a person who "knowingly obtains or uses, or endeavors to obtain or to use, the property of another with intent to, either temporarily or permanently: (a) deprive the other person of a right to the property or a benefit from the property, (b) appropriate the property to his or her own use or to the use of any person not entitled to the use of the property."

Crimes that fit under the category of theft include but are not limited to:

Fight the Consequences of a Theft Crime Conviction

Punishments for the convictions of these crimes relate to the value of what has been stolen. Petit theft applies to property taken with a value less than $300, and grand theft covers theft that occurs during a burglary and property stolen with a value greater than $300. Grand theft is prosecuted as a felony, yet both petit and grand theft can be punished with heavy fines and prison time.

No matter what your reason is for being arrested for stealing, whether out of fear, peer pressure, or desperation, you need the skill and experience of Attorney Thomas Mote to help you out of this crisis in your life.

Avoid Harsh Penalties With Our Help

By choosing Attorney Thomas Mote to defend you, you can confidently contest the harsh punishments and the possibility of adverse consequences. With more than 18 years of experience and success as a Miami theft crime attorney practicing criminal defense, he will work tirelessly to defend you and reduce your sentence, or eliminate any possible negative outcome.

Discuss the details of your case in a free consultation with Attorney Mote now. Call (305) 374-6683.