Zealous Defense When Theft Is A Criminal Charge

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In Minnesota, you may be charged with theft regardless of whether you stole physical property. You can be charged with theft for a number of reasons, including bouncing a check or falsifying certain reimbursement claims.

The consequences of a theft conviction depend heavily on your history and the individual facts of the case, such as the monetary value of the property stolen. You could face up to 20 years' imprisonment, a fine of $100,000 or both. If you are convicted of wrongfully obtaining public assistance, you may be disqualified from ever receiving such assistance in the future.

We Will Stand Up For Your Future

To defend against theft charges, or to help mitigate the consequences of a theft conviction, you need the assistance of an experienced, qualified Minnesota criminal law attorney. Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A. can help. We have helped many defendants charged with crimes such as theft, assault and driving while intoxicated. Our goal is always the best attainable outcome for the person accused of disobeying laws. We want to help you stay out of jail, avoid penalties and above all, avoid a criminal record if possible.

Contact us today to see how we can help you. You may call our law offices in Waseca at 507-835-5240, in Owatonna at 507-451-9000, in Faribault at 507-332-7425 or in Janesville at 507-234-5106. We can also be reached toll-free at 1-888-835-5244.