Fort Wayne Theft Defense Attorneys
Do Not Let A Theft Conviction Impair Your Ability To Secure Employment
We are all aware of the main consequences of a criminal conviction: prison,
fines and other issues. What many may not focus on is the damage a criminal
record can have on their lives, especially a crime of dishonesty such
as theft. Employers are utilizing background checks as standard procedure
for a growing number of positions. If an employer sees a conviction for
theft on a person's background check, the chances of that person being
hired become very small.
One way to fight risk of a
felony criminal record is to pursue a reduction in charges. We are strong negotiators, and we
know how to aggressively and persuasively pursue a reduction in the charges
our clients are facing. Also, we can advise you whether the crime can be
Determined Theft Crime Attorneys Fighting For You
Arnold Terrill, P.C., we bring together more than 50 years of combined experience protecting
our clients' rights and futures. We know what is at stake for those
who are facing theft charges, and we understand how to craft winning strategies
that help our clients secure successful resolutions to their cases. Our
goal is to provide our clients with the comprehensive representation that
looks at the totality of their circumstances to understand what they need
to succeed. Let us help you fight your theft charges.
Types of Theft Crimes
Common types of theft for which we offer criminal defense representation
- Employee fraud — Employees often have access to valuable goods or
materials that someone could walk out with.
Shoplifting — Shoplifting is one of the most common theft charges. A skilled
defense can help you avoid the embarrassment and other negative consequences
of a shoplifting conviction.
- Credit card fraud — Use of someone else's credit card can lead
to serious penalties.
- Check fraud — There are many forms of check fraud ranging from using
a stolen check to check kiting. We know how to provide a strong defense
against all check fraud charges.
Please be aware that effective July 1, 2014, the Indiana Criminal Code
is revised to include a new sentencing structure. Class A through D felonies are replaced with Levels 1 through 6 felonies.
Contact The Allen County Employee Fraud, Credit Card And Check Fraud Defense
Attorneys Of Arnold Terrill, P.C.
If you are facing theft charges, you need a defense that can protect your
rights. The Fort Wayne theft defense lawyers of Arnold Terrill, P.C.,
offer our clients the defense they need. Call us at
contact us online. We don't charge a fee for a telephone consultation. We hope you call
us to discuss your case. We want to help you with your problem.
We accept credit cards for our clients' convenience.