Charged With Burglary, Credit Card Theft, Receiving Stolen Property, Theft by Deception, Bad Check or Another Theft Offense in Middletown New Jersey
Contact Our Middletown Office To Speak To A Skilled Former Prosecutor About Your Theft Charge
Middletown New Jersey is the most populated municipality in Monmouth County and has many varieties of theft and fraud offenses annually. The spectrum of charges involving some form of fraud or theft include burglary, shoplifting, receiving stolen property, bad checks, theft by deception, credit card theft and a laundry list of other violations involving some element of “stealing”. It is abundantly important for you to hire an experienced attorney if you are facing any type of theft in Middletown or at the Monmouth County Superior Court.
The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall has a team of eight criminal lawyers, many of whom are former prosecutors, that have combined experience spanning over 100 years. The attorneys at our firm have achieved countless successful outcomes in burglary, theft by deception, receiving stolen property, bad check and credit card theft cases arising in Middletown and other locations in the county.
Please feel free to contact the Middletown Offense of the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall for a free consultation with an lawyer. Our lawyers can be reached at 732-615-0039 around the clock for the knowledgeable guidance you need.
Middletown Theft or Fraud Offenses
When it comes to securing the very best outcome of your Middletown theft or fraud offense, there are few substitutes for having a skilled attorney at your side throughout your proceedings. The lawyers at the Marshall Defense Firm have been representing clients just like you for decades and are capable of providing thorough representation in any theft case, including those involving:
- Theft by Unlawful Taking (a.k.a. Unlawful Taking)
- Issuance of a Bad Check
- Theft by Deception
- Receipt of Stolen Property
- Credit Card Theft & Fraud
- Theft of Services
- Identity Theft
- Money Laundering
It is pivotal that you secure proper representation since a conviction will not only result in a record but potentially devastating penalties. A first degree crime involving theft results in up to 20 years in prison and a fine that can reach $200,000. Fraud or theft charges resulting in a second degree crime carry 5-10 years in prison and a fine of up to $150,000. When a burglary or other theft falls within the grade of a third degree crime, it can result in a fine of up to $15,000 and 3-5 years in prison. Fourth degree theft charges trigger penalties that include a fine of up to $10,000 and up to 18 months in state prison. A fine of up to $1,000 and up to 6 months in the county jail apply to a disorderly persons offense for theft or fraud.
Theft Charge Defense Attorney in Middletown
A conviction for theft or fraud can severely tarnish the reputation and future of an individual. Beyond the penalties that are imposed upon conviction, crimes involving stealing tend to create the impression that a person is dishonest and should not be trusted. This can have a devastating impact on an individual’s ability to obtain employment, secure a professional license or even maintain immigration status. Hiring a skilled defense attorney can make a big difference in avoiding the ramifications for a Middletown theft charge. Lawyers on our staff are available any time of day or night to address your questions and to discuss what we can do to help you escape a conviction. To take advantage of this opportunity, call our Middletown Office at 732-615-0039 to speak to a lawyer immediately. Attorneys at the Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall will be happy to give you the benefit of their time without obligation.
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