Get help finding the Right Criminal Defense Lawyer for your case
Grand theft person is when any property is stolen or taken directly from the person of another. More specifically, the property must have been on, attached to, or held by the person at the time of the theft in order to quality as grand theft person. The value of the property taken does not matter, only that it was physically taken off the person of another. Depending on the nature of the property stolen, the criminal history of the defendant, and the circumstances of the act, grand theft person can be charged as a felony or a misdemeanor.
In the case of being charged with a felony for grand theft person, the defendant can face up to three years in prison plus fines, a longstanding criminal record, and restitution. If charged with a misdemeanor, the defendant can face up to one year in county jail. Fines, a criminal record, and probation might also be included in the punishment. If the defendant is a repeat offender, the consequences can increase and be much more harsh than first time offenders might receive.
A skilled criminal defense attorney with experience in grand theft person cases can help lessen or drop your charges by proving that:
If you have been charged with Grand Theft Person, call Attorney Search Network for a referral to a criminal defense lawyer that can help you with your Grand Theft Person charges.
If you have any questions about the information provided above, please contact Attorney Search Network.
Attorney Search Network can provide you with a Local and Pre-Screened Crimial Defense Lawyer Referral.
If you have any questions about the information provided above, please contact us. Call us toll free at (800) 215-1190 or fill out out online form for your criminal law lawyer referral.