Theft is defined as the taking of someone else’s property without their consent. Theft convictions can have lasting negative impacts including limiting your future employment opportunities. With an allegation that you took something that doesn’t belong to you, employers can be hesitant to hire a person with a theft conviction on their record.

What are actions considered theft?

  • Bribery
  • Larceny by Stealing
  • Burglary
  • Larceny of Leased or Rented Property
  • Counterfeiting
  • Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
  • Credit Card Fraud
  • Petty Larceny
  • Fraud
  • Receiving Stolen Goods
  • Grand Larceny
  • Robbery
  • Identity Theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Larceny by Check
  • Theft of Services
  • Larceny by Embezzlement

If you’ve been accused of or charged with any type of theft, it’s important to be informed about your rights, the potential outcomes, and how to protect yourself. Having good legal advice and aggressive representation through all stages of your theft case is important for a successful outcome, no matter how minor the charge. Contact me, Attorney Glenn Roderman, to get started.