The number of possible criminal charges involving the taking of property is significant. People accused of theft, burglary, or some other property crime often do not believe they have done anything wrong.
When you've been accused of burglary or another theft crime, you need a theft attorney who is fully prepared to sort out the legal and evidentiary issues necessary to effectively defend your rights. Attorney Jody L. Fisher, a former Florida prosecutor, is here to help. Our criminal defense firm has extensive experience helping clients who have been charged with a theft crime.
Theft & Burglary Laws in Florida
Under Florida law, there are a wide variety of crimes involving the theft of property or otherwise illegal behaviors involving property. There are a variety of different defenses we can assert to challenge the prosecution's proof of guilt.
The Law Office of Jody L. Fisher handles many different Florida property crimes including:
- Identity theft
The differences between these often conflated crimes can be subtle. For example, in Florida, burglary is the act of breaking and entering into a building in order to commit a crime (usually a property crime), while Florida defines robbery as the use of force or the threat of force to steal something. Our theft attorney in Leesburg understands these minute differences and can use her knowledge to put together a strong legal defense.
Contact a Theft Lawyer at the Law Office of Jody L. Fisher
When you need an experienced theft and burglary defense lawyer who understands Florida criminal law, don't hesitate to reach out to our firm. We are passionate about helping Floridians move forward from property crime charges, protecting their futures and freedoms in the process.
We serve clients throughout West Lake County, so give us a call at (352) 503-4111 today.