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Theft and embezzlement, like all white collar crimes, are nonviolent in nature. Oftentimes, the person accused of taking money or property is unaware that he or she has committed a crime because there is no obvious victim. If you are facing charges of theft or embezzlement, our white collar criminal attorneys can help protect your rights. The lawyers affiliated with America's Criminal Defense Group are skilled in all aspects of white collar criminal defense, and we will work to build a case that will result in the best possible outcome for you.
Theft is a broad term that qualifies a number of criminal activities including robbery, burglary, embezzlement, tampering, looting, and shoplifting. In recent years, much attention has also been focused on identity theft. As a white collar crime, theft is the intentional taking of another person's money or property without permission. While robbery entails stealing something from a person by force and burglary requires criminal trespassing onto another person's property to take something, theft does not require that a victim be present at the scene of the crime. Theft also includes taking a piece of public property for personal use. Depending on the circumstances of the situation, theft can be punishable as a misdemeanor or a felony. At America's Criminal Defense Group, we believe in our clients and are dedicated to developing a custom defense strategy to make sure you receive the best possible representation for the most favorable results.
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Embezzlement is the stealing of funds or property from the owner by a person who has been entrusted to deal with those items, typically as a part of his or her job. It can range from a restaurant manager taking cash from the register to a high-powered executive rerouting funds to his or her own account. As opposed to a person who commits larceny or theft, an embezzler actually has the right to control the money or property in question, but abuses this position of trust to misappropriate the assets from the rightful owner. Oftentimes, embezzlement involves intricate cover-up plans to divert accountability if the property is discovered missing. If you are under investigation for embezzlement, contact our criminal defense law firm. We believe in the innocence of our clients and have a experience in all types of criminal defense.
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If you are being investigated or charged with theft or embezzlement, America's Criminal Defense Group can help you. We are familiar with the laws in many states including: California, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Massachusetts, New York, Nebraska, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, and Washington, D.C. A representative from America's Criminal Defense Group is available by phone, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Contact America's Criminal Defense Group today!
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If you have been accused of theft or embezzlement, contact our firm for experienced white collar criminal defense. At America's Criminal Defense Group, we believe in our clients' innocence.