What is Grand Theft?


Are you or a loved one facing criminal charges, or going through a criminal investigation? The process can be extremely tough on even the strongest individual. And, with jail time, major fines and a permanently marked record on the line, you need to take every step possible to defend your rights. An experienced criminal defense attorney represents your best chance of getting charges reduced or dropped. So, don’t hesitate to contact The Law Offices of R. Wayne Richter, and ask any questions that you have.

Last week, we talked about some of the potential consequences for petit theft. This week, we shift the focus to grand theft, and the punishments that can come from that. Grand theft comes in three forms – third degree ($300-$20,000 in stolen goods), second degree ($20,000-$100,000 in stolen goods) and first degree ($100,000 and up). As you can imagine, the consequences vary greatly, starting with five years in jail and a $5,000 fine for third degree, and ending at 30 years and $10,000 for first degree. If you are coming up on grand theft charges, it is time to get in touch with attorney Wayne Richter.

When criminal charges are in the discussion, there is a ton on the line. That is why you can’t just call the first number you see on a billboard, if you really want to defend your freedoms. Wayne Richter knows there are two sides to every story, and your side must be presented in a professional and compelling manner.¬†Remember, even a slight reduction in your charges can have a big impact on your future. Contact The Law Offices of R. Wayne Richter, today, and set up your free initial consultation.

For more information visit http://www.richterlawpa.com


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