Fitchburg Leominster Larceny Defense Attorneys
Worcester County Larceny Defense Lawyers
Larceny is a criminal act that occurs when a person steals another person’s property without permission. Larceny crimes tend to range in severity, from misdemeanor offenses to felony offenses. The type of offense is usually determined by the value of the property that was stolen by the theft crime offender. For example, if a person stole property that was valued at or below $250, he/she would be charged with a misdemeanor offense. If a person stole property that was valued above $500, he/she would typically be charged with a felony.
Experienced and reputable criminal defense attorneys.
Whether a person has been charged with a misdemeanor or felony theft crime, it is always in his/her best interest to obtain the services of a knowledgeable Massachusetts criminal defense attorney or lawyer. By working with our theft crimes lawyers you will save a great deal of stress by knowing your case is being handled by reputable legal professionals.
Massachusetts larceny law.
According to Massachusetts larceny law, numerous illegal acts are categorized as theft crimes. Some of the most serious theft crimes that are frequently committed are:
- larceny under $250
- larceny over $250
- larceny of a motor vecicle
- credit card theft
- identity theft
- armed robbery
- embezzlement (a white collar crime)
Contact our law firm to learn how we can help you.
If you have been charged with larceny in Worcester, Fitchburg, Leominster, or anywhere in Worcester County, your best option is to speak with a qualified criminal defense attorney right away.
Our attorneys serve clients in the Worcester County region including the areas of Lunenburg, Leominster, Fitchburg, Worcester, Gardner, Clinton, Bolton, Lancaster, Berlin, Acton, Concord, Greenfield, West Boylston, Marlborough, Northborough, Westborough, Groton, Shirley, Pepperell, Townsend, Ashby, Winchendon, Ashburnham, Templeton, Princeton, Ayer, Harvard, Worcester County, Middlesex County, Franklin County and surrounding communities in Massachusetts.