The Orlando theft defense attorneys at Dicembre & Nace offer nearly 30 years of experience in representing defendants who have been arrested and/or charged with theft or theft related crimes. Our years of experience of taught us this one certainty.
Anyone arrested, charged or even being investigated for any theft crime should consult with an experienced theft defense attorney before resolving their case. This is even true in misdemeanor theft cases and situations where the defendant has never previously been in trouble.
When a person is accused of a theft crime or, even worse, convicted of theft, it can have a serious impact on their future. In addition to the list of potential criminal penalties, which can include prison or jail time, probation, fines, court costs and, in some cases, significant restitution costs, a theft conviction can create significant problems for a defendant well after the case is over. Many employers, for example, view theft crimes as crimes of dishonesty and finding a job after being convicted of a theft crime is extremely difficult especially in the current economic climate. Finding an apartment or suitable housing also becomes more challenging for those with a criminal conviction for a theft offense. For those who are not United States citizens, any criminal conviction for theft, even misdemeanor or petit theft, can result in deportation.
For these reasons, anytime a person is being investigated for, been arrested for or charged with a theft offense in Central Florida, it is absolutely and vitally important that he or she retain the services of an Central Florida theft attorney, who can accurately assess the strength of the prosecution's case, protect the client's rights and ensure that any and all defenses available are preserved. The Orlando theft attorneys at Dicembre & Nace can help you ensure that your case is resolved in a way that best serves you and your future goals.
There are many types of theft crimes and our Orlando theft attorneys handle them all, including:
The preservation of evidence, including witness statements, video and/or business records, is often vital to appropriately defending a theft case. However, if this evidence is not preserved quickly, it can be lost forever. That is why if you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with a theft offense, you should contact an experienced Central Florida Theft lawyer immediately. Contact us today so that we may help handle your case properly and protect your rights. Our Central Florida defense law firm has the ability to handle even the most complex theft charges. Call Dicembre & Nace at (407) 649-1999 today for your free consultation or fill out our online form and one of our knowledgeable defense attorneys will contact you back shortly.