Understanding Your Options When Charged With Theft And Property Crimes
In Virginia, it does not take much to make a property crime a felony, and all felonies can carry harsh consequences including major fines and lengthy jail or prison time.
Both attorneys at the Law Office of Robert D. Anderson, PLLC, in Leesburg, Virginia, are former Loudoun County prosecutors who know and understand our laws and the courts extremely well. We have dealt with nearly every conceivable property crime as well as the spectrum of misdemeanor and felony offenses.
Shoplifting, Larceny, Or Burglary — Identity Theft, Fraud, Or Embezzlement — Other Property Crimes
Our vast experience handling property crimes — from both prosecution and defense perspectives — can be invaluable if you are charged with offenses such as:
- Shoplifting or petty larceny
- Burglary, grand larceny or auto theft
- Destruction of private or public property
- Passing bad checks or improperly using a credit card or other financial instrument
- A white collar crime such as embezzlement, fraud, or forgery of public records
- An internet crime such as identity theft, credit card fraud, or participation in a scam
Identifying The Best Strategy Based On Your Individual Priorities
One of our strengths is the commitment to taking your personal circumstances into account. This can be especially important in theft cases because even a misdemeanor conviction could cost you the clearance you need for your job or the immigration status you have worked hard to obtain.
We want to hear your story, help you make decisions about how to proceed and/or plead, based on solid information, and get you through a tough situation with your life as intact as possible.
Call Us And Schedule A Confidential Consultation
Whatever criminal charge you are facing, and regardless of whether you know you made a mistake or have been falsely accused, please contact our lawyers at 703-297-4455 or 866-752-1706 or via email for a free initial consultation. If you communicate best in Spanish or another language, we will call on an interpreter to help.