RETAIN A CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN BRIGHTON
Theft is the crime of taking another person's property without their knowledge or consent. In some cases, force, fear or threat is used to obtain the item. Any theft crime is considered a serious offense, and accused individuals may face major penalties for theft charges. If you were charged with a theft offense, you need to immediately contact Russell Defense Firm. Attorney Adam Russell has assisted numerous Boston clients with obtaining the best possible outcomes for their criminal charges and he may be able to assist you as well. He proudly provides free case evaluations to all potential clients, so do not hesitate to contact a Brighton criminal defense lawyer from Russell Defense Firm as soon as possible after your arrest. Examples of types of theft offenses that one could be charged with include:
- Larceny, including grand larceny and petty larceny
- Obtaining stolen property
- Fraud, including insurance, healthcare, mail or credit card fraud
- Breaking and entering
Some of these crimes can be tried not only at a local level but also at the federal level because they are considered to be white collar crimes. If you are arrested for a white collar crime, you need to retain the representation of the Brighton criminal defense lawyer at Russell Defense Firm.
DEFENSE AGAINST CHARGES OF THEFT CRIMES IN BOSTON
At Russell Defense Firm, Adam Russell works closely with clients to investigate all aspects of a case and ensure that the accused's rights and freedoms are actively protected throughout the course of a case. If it is found through his independent investigation that you were a victim of injustice or police misconduct, he can use that as strong defense on your behalf. If you or a loved one was arrested for a theft offense, it is imperative that you contact Russell Defense Firm as soon as possible to retain trusted criminal defense in Brighton, Massachusetts. The firm serves the entire Boston metropolitan area, including the cities of Brookline, Wellesley, Cambridge, Newton, and Waltham.