Build Your Case Against Theft, Burglary and Robbery Charges
Stealing property from someone else can quickly result in criminal charges with serious consequences. A conviction can lead to severe sentencing, depending on how the theft occurred. To prevent suffering years of consequences from a conviction, including fines, possible jail time, and damaged relationships with loved ones, fight to overcome your charges with the help of an experienced criminal defense team.
Our lawyers at Defend Indiana, LLC, have decades of experience representing clients across Indiana. Over the years, our criminal defense attorneys have learned how to craft custom-tailored strategies to defend our clients in a quick, effective and skillful manner.
Understanding the Risk of Your Charges
Based on the details of the crime you are being charged with, you may face one of many related criminal charges. Our lawyers are prepared to defend you against these charges, including:
- Petty theft and grand theft – Theft charges often result when someone deliberately takes control over someone else’s property without consent. Petty theft charges are for cases involving total property worth less than $500, and grand theft is for cases totaling more than $750.
- Burglary – If someone used force to gain access or entry to the stolen property, the theft charges would escalate to burglary charges.
- Robbery – Committing theft by means of force, threat of harm or intimidation against someone creates grounds for robbery charges, which escalates the charges to a violent crime.
No matter the nature of your theft charges, they are all serious offenses. We are proud to defend clients throughout every step of their criminal defense cases.
An Experienced Team To Fight Your Charges
Do not make the mistake of representing yourself in your criminal defense case. Instead, allow a team of defense attorneys to protect your rights. With five offices in Indiana, we serve clients across the state. Call us at 855-362-4788 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.