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DEFENSE SOLUTIONS IN PIERCE COUNTY & WESTERN WASHINGTON

Being convicted of a theft crime, even if it is a misdemeanor offense, can lead to harsh penalties and the State of Washington takes these matters seriously, especially if you have a previous criminal history or prior convictions.

A fraud or theft conviction can lead to many penalties, including, among other potential penalties:

Significant jail time
Hefty fines
Probation
Restitution
Community service
Consumer awareness classes

WHAT IS THEFT?

In simple terms, when one person takes another person’s property without their consent, it is considered a theft crime. Theft crimes may be classified as felonies or misdemeanors, depending on the value of the property alleged to have been stolen. In the State system, in general, if the property was worth less than $750, it is considered a misdemeanor theft charge. If the property was worth over $750, it is considered a felony.

SKILLED REPRESENTATION TO FACE YOUR CHARGE

It is important to hire a Tacoma criminal defense attorney with experience in these matters. At The Law Offices of Krupa & Clark, we have represented clients in fraud and theft charges ranging from simple shoplifting to sophisticated money laundering schemes in Tacoma Municipal Court, Pierce County Superior Court, Kitsap County Superior Court, King County Superior Court, Federal Courts, as well as other State and Municipal Courts throughout Western Washington. We are skilled in going through the sometimes voluminous evidence in these types of cases and we know how to work with the necessary experts to prepare a defense.

Schedule your complimentary case consultation with our skilled Tacoma criminal defense lawyers by calling (253) 573-1000.

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