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Chicago Theft Crime Lawyer

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Have you been arrested in the state of Illinois for a theft crime? It is your right to retain legal representation and hire an attorney to fight vigorously in your defense. When your future is at stake, you must act quickly. It is imperative that you retain our lawyer at the Law Office of Steven Fine who knows the justice system and can use that to your advantage.

Why Choose the Law Office of Steven Fine?

  • We have 20+ years of legal experience
  • 24/7 availability to clients
  • A top-rated and successful trial lawyer
  • Committed to defending the accused
  • Free consultations offered

What Are Theft Crimes?

Theft crimes, such as burglary or robbery, are considered crimes of “moral turpitude,” because the person who allegedly committed the crime committed an act that is considered morally objectionable. Theft crimes may be charged as misdemeanors, though may be classified as a Class X felony.

We handle a variety of theft crimes in Chicago, including:

  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Petty Theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Identity Theft
  • And more...

Attorney Steven H. Fine knows that the consequences of having a criminal conviction on your record can have a substantial impact on your future prospects. He has handled numerous case of varying complexity and draws upon incisive and aggressive litigation practices to reach his clients’ goals.

Get to know Attorney Fine and his award-winning background.

Theft is defined as the following:

  • Possessing and controlling another person’s property without consent
  • Deceiving the property owner to gain control
  • Threatening the property owner to gain control
  • Controlling property, knowing that it has already been stolen
  • Controlling property that has already been seized and declared by law enforcement to be stolen

The penalties one could face for committing a theft crime can be fairly harsh. Not only does one face substantial fines, jail time or imprisonment, the courts could force him or her to pay back the value of the items taken, which may include any other additional fines. Depending on the value of the items stolen, the courts will adjust the penalties accordingly.

For example, if the value of the property is less than $500, then it is considered a misdemeanor offense. This can carry penalties of up to one year in jail, a fine of $2, 500 each time there is an offense. When the value exceeds $500, then the laws consider that to be a felony-level charge, and there are many other classifications of felony theft crimes.

Speak with a Seasoned Chicago Theft Crime Defense Attorney

At The Law Office of Steven Fine, our founding attorney has over two decades of legal experience. He has worked on numerous cases, gaining winning, favorable outcomes for clients. Attorney Fine will not back down from a challenge. He takes charge head-on in an effort to protect your future, your reputation, and your freedom.

Time is of the essence. Call the Law Office of Steven Fine today.

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