Theft by Receiving
You can be charged with theft by receiving for knowingly receiving, disposing of or retaining property that has been stolen. Even if you did not know the property was stolen, but had reason to believe it was, you may face theft by receiving charges under Georgia law.
Theft by receiving is a misdemeanor if the property has a value that’s less than $500. However, theft by receiving is a felony if the value of the property is greater than $500 and you could face a prison sentence of up to 10 years or up to 20 years if the stolen property is an automobile. In addition to prison time, a felony conviction can cause you to lose your job or make it very difficult to find a new job. In addition, a felony conviction for theft by receiving in Georgia can result in the loss of your right to possess a firearm or to vote.
Properly defending yourself against such charges and consequences requires the representation of an attorney skilled in criminal defense. The lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., are defense attorneys who are seasoned and experienced in Georgia’s theft by receiving laws and statutes.Atlanta Theft by Receiving Attorneys
The Atlanta criminal defense attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., have the experience necessary to help you defend against and fight theft by receiving charges. We can help preserve your freedom and your constitutional rights
Deciding to secure a skilled criminal defense attorney to be by your side is a wise choice. You need an attorney who will ensure you’re treated fairly while providing you an excellent defense against theft by receiving charges in Georgia. In addition, it’s important that you understand the legal consequences of your theft by receiving charge.
Whether it’s you, or someone you love who is facing theft by receiving charges, Conaway & Strickler, P.C., will be there for you. We have the experience and skills needed to identify and challenge illegally obtained evidence and present a vigorous defense on your behalf. If your freedom and your civil rights are important to you, it’s important for you to call Conaway & Strickler, P.C., today. There is no charge for the initial consultation.