New York City Theft Crime Attorney
Hire a Firm That Successfully Resolved Countless Trial Cases
Have you been arrested for a theft crime in New York City? If so, you should not hesitate to enlist the help of an experienced theft crime defense lawyer. At H. Benjamin Perez & Associates, P.C., our legal team represents those who have been accused of committing a wide range of theft offenses, including burglary, shoplifting, grand larceny and more.
Having represented hundreds of clients in criminal court and achieved many victories at trial, we know what it takes to win a difficult case. We have also been recognized for our legal abilities with honors that include a 10.0 Superb rating from Avvo.
For this reason, you can rest assured that your future will be in good hands if you work with a New York City theft crime defense attorney from H. Benjamin Perez & Associates, P.C. When your freedom and reputation are on the line, you need to count on a firm that is backed by client satisfaction and an impressive track record for trial success.
Call (646) 770-0989 now to find out how we can help you.
Aggressive Representation for Any Theft Offense
At H. Benjamin Perez & Associates, P.C., we are well-equipped to defend clients against a wide range of theft charges. From petty theft to grand larceny, there is no case too big for our firm to handle.
Contact us immediately if you have been charged with:
Theft Offense Punishments
In New York, the severity of the charges you face will ultimately depend on the value of the property that was stolen. For example, you would be charged with petit larceny if you stole property that was valued at $1,000 or less (Class A misdemeanor), whereas you would face grand larceny charges in the first, second, third or fourth degree if the value of the stolen property was greater than $1,000.
Even grand larceny in the fourth degree is a felony offense, carrying a prison sentence of four years and thousands of dollars in fines. For this reason, you should not attempt to fight these charges alone.
The following describes the charges you may suffer depending on the value of the allegedly stolen property:
- Property valued at less than $1,000: Class A misdemeanor
- Property valued at more than $1,000: Class E felony
- Property valued at $3,000 or more: Class D felony
- Property valued at $50,000 or more: Class C felony
- Property valued at $1 Million or more: Class B felony
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If you or someone you love has been accused of committing a theft crime, it is essential to act quickly. The sooner our firm handles your case, the better chance you may have at securing a reduction or dismissal of charges, or even an acquittal at trial. We are available to our clients 24/7, so you can trust that we will be there for you when you need us most.