Theft

Theft crimes in Maryland

Theft crimes in Maryland probably make up the widest variety of situations all under one set of crime statutes. Being charged with theft in Maryland can be a serious offense, and the outcome of any theft charge can result in a serious impact on one’s ability to successfully testify in court in any type of future case. To discuss your pending charges with the Maryland defense attorneys @bowerslawmd please click here. All case evaluations are provided as a courtesy to those facing criminal, property crime, DUI, DWI and traffic crimes.

They have multiple offices and serve the Anne Arundel County, Baltimore, Baltimore County, Harford County and Cecil County, MD areas.

Maryland Property Crimes

Someone charged with theft in Maryland could be charged with any number of crimes including, but not limited to:

Shoplifting

Larceny

Embezzling

Receiving stolen goods

Unauthorized use of a credit/debit card

Unauthorized use of a credit/debit card pin or password

Theft Scheme

Theft under $100

Theft over $100, but under $1,000

Theft between $1,000 and $10,000

Theft between $10,000 and $100,000

Theft over $100,000

While the penalties of these charges vary depending on the severity of the charges, the consequences are more serious than just fines, restitution and jail time. A guilty finding to any of Maryland’s theft statutes can cause someone to be unable to effectively testify at trial for as long as 15 years after the conviction.

Successful handling of cases stemming from shoplifting or stealing charges involve intense pre-trial investigation of the facts, and a determination of exactly how the State intends to prove the facts and elements required for a conviction. If there are video or surveillance tapes that the state intends to introduce, hiring a lawyer sooner rather than later will allow the proper amount of time to investigate the authenticity of the video intended to be introduced at trial.

Contact Our Maryland Theft Defense Attorneys

To discuss charges related to any type of Maryland property crime please contact our Baltimore property crime attorneys as soon as possible at (410) 885-6200 to schedule a free consultation.

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