Theft & Shopping

Theft-related criminal charges can present result in fines, jail time, community service and a ruined reputation in the community. Make sure you work with an attorney who has significant experience handling criminal matters.

I understand how difficult and upsetting these charges can be for you and have years of experience in handling these types of cases.

Experience Handling a Variety of Theft Crimes

Experience Handling a Variety of Theft Crimes

The concept of theft or stealing is very simple for most people to understand: taking something of someone else's and attempting to make it your own without permission. However, there are many different types of theft crimes. As a Fort Wayne theft defense attorney, I represent clients charged with theft crimes in Indiana at the state level, including:

  • Shoplifting
  • Conversion
  • Breaking and entering
  • Trespassing
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Check forgery
  • Misuse of credit cards
  • Fraud

Depending on the facts of your particular case, the charge you face could range from a minor misdemeanor to a serious felony. I represent clients at both the misdemeanor and felony levels.

As both a criminal prosecutor and a public defender in the criminal courts, I'm familiar with the criminal justice system as a whole and can help my clients through this process, whether it be by plea agreement or by trial.

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If you have a case like these, please contact me as soon as possible. The sooner I start working on your case, the more I can do to help you. Call Toole Law Offices at 260-428-2219, or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation with Elizabeth Toole.

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