Theft Crimes: Stealing something with the desire


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Los Angeles Theft Crimes Lawyer: A theft crime is an act of taking or stealing another’s property with the desire of depriving him of it.  There are numerous sorts of theft crimes: Larceny, robbery, embezzlement, shoplifting, and ID theft.

Larceny pertains to stealing something with the desire to permanently deprive the owner of it.
Embezzlement is often done by business managers and other higher-level management and sometimes by politicians.

Shoplifting refers to stealing by standard purchasers in supermarkets or any kind of retail outlets.

Identity theft is the use or theft of someone’s private information to commit fraud and other illegal activities.
robbery refers to entering a building with the intent to commit a burglary.

It is of two types: Commercial and home robbery.

depending on the price of the stolen item and the sort of burglary, charges are placed against you.

There are 2 kinds of thefts: Petty theft and Grand Theft.

A petty theft results in a misdemeanor charge and mostly of petty theft, the offender will dodge a transgression charge and a prison sentence…  Grand theft may lead to a felony charge.

An individual can be fined and sentenced to jail for grand theft.

If you’ve been charged with any sort of burglary crime, you need to talk with a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer who can make a suitable plan and do his best to get the charges dropped or dismissed against you.

The Law Offices of Ramiro J.  Lluis have been representing Angelinos in the defense of theft crime charges for over thirty years.  Contact our office today and schedule a free consultation about the theft charges you or your family member are facing and the options and likely result of your case.

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