Theft is defined as an act of taking another person’s property illegally and intentionally and is often treated harshly in Georgia. It doesn’t matter how or why another person’s property was taken. Although many theft crimes are charged as a misdemeanor, if the stolen property’s value is in excess of $500, then you could face felony charges and a sentence of up to 10 years in prison.
To avoid a felony conviction, it is important for individuals charged with theft crimes to work closely with an attorney who will thoroughly investigate your case and aggressively defend you against all charges. The theft lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C. provide comprehensive legal advice and defense in order to restore your good name and protect your freedom. With offices in Atlanta, we serve throughout Georgia. We have earned a record of successful results, and are poised to help you, too.How We Help
Conaway & Strickler, P.C. offers experienced criminal defense attorneys who can help protect you against theft charges. With nearly 50 years of combined experience, our lawyers are well-versed in the nuances of Georgia’s theft laws and statutes. We offer representation in a full range of theft-related matters, including:
- Theft by conversion
- Theft by deception
- Theft by taking
- Theft by extortion
- Theft by receiving stolen property (which can often lead to money laundering charges )
No matter the charges, your case is best handled by seasoned attorneys experienced at interpreting and navigating the subtle differences of Georgia’s laws on thefts.Reach Out to Us Today
You can depend on our attorneys to provide you with a solid legal defense. We will fight for a not-guilty verdict at trial or, if appropriate under the circumstances, we will negotiate on your behalf to either reduce your charges or have them dismissed.