Cleveland Theft Crime Lawyer
Respected and Accomplished Defense Attorney Serving Ohio
If you are accused of committing a theft crime, the most crucial issue
to resolve right now is choosing the right Cleveland theft crime lawyer
to defend you. We have garnered a reputation for our success at trial.
Are you facing criminal charges for a theft crime in the Cleveland area?
Connect with the firm immediately for representation. You can find out
more about theft crime offenses by reading the pages listed below.
Charges of burglary are filed against any person who has entered a structure
with the intent to steal any item. Charges of aggravated burglary are
filed if the accused is alleged to have been possession of a deadly weapon,
or is accused of inflicting or attempting to inflict physical harm upon
any person present, or there is a threat of force. Read more.
The crime of robbery involves stealing property from another person by
force. When a weapon has been used or is present on the offender, the
charges filed and the penalties imposed in a conviction will be far more
serious, including 3 – 11 years in state prison and fines as high
as $10,000. Read more.
A charge of shoplifting will be filed as a misdemeanor or a felony, based
upon the value of the goods that were stolen, and whether it is believed
that the accused was part of a large-scale operation, has a prior conviction,
and other factors. Read more.
Get aggressive defense from Friedman & Nemecek, LLC Attorneys at Law!
Ian N. Friedman, is listed in Ohio Super Lawyers from 2010 – 2015, and has received
many other acknowledgements from various organizations, including the
National Trial Lawyers Association, and the Ohio Association of Criminal
Defense Lawyers. The entire legal team is known throughout the state and
recognized for achieving notable victories in a range of criminal cases,
including those involving various types of theft.
Are you accused of shoplifting, and facing misdemeanor or felony charges?
Contact us to discuss your case. Our early involvement could be critical to the outcome
of your case.