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An Aggressive Defense To A Wide Range Of Theft Charges

If you are charged with theft, your future penalties include fines, imprisonment or both. Theft is categorized in the second, third or fourth degree and includes:

  • Shoplifting, petty theft, grand theft
  • Auto theft
  • Theft of services
  • Theft by deception
  • Receiving stolen property

Often evidence gathered from theft cases can be tough to counter. For example, store owners provide evidence obtained through store cameras, their loss prevention or security staff members, or other witnesses.

An experienced theft defense lawyer can negotiate using the advantages of prison alternatives, including counseling and probation.

Effective Negotiation

At the Law Offices of Peter G. Aziz & Associates LLC, we have worked with countless clients facing theft charges. We use our experience in negotiation and courtroom tactics to create a custom defense strategy for each of our clients.

We fight to protect the futures of those facing accusations of theft. Too many people assume they cannot fight a charge if video surveillance evidence or the word of security staff exists. However, the police may have violated your rights such as arresting you without a warrant, or the video surveillance may not be clear enough to provide evidence beyond a reasonable doubt against you.

Protect Your Rights And Your Future Opportunities

Let us battle for you in court and negotiate for you outside the courtroom. We will consider each defense for your case and help you understand every step in the process to the best possible outcome.

You will consistently receive personalized attention and care on your case. If you are facing charges for theft, call 973-869-5765 or reach out online to schedule a free consultation. We will discuss the facts of your situation and immediately begin protecting your rights.

We help clients in the areas surrounding our office locations in Clifton, Hackensack and Montclair, New Jersey, and in Port Chester and South Rye, New York.