Theft & Property Crime Attorneys in Michigan
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Theft and property crimes, such as armed robbery and breaking and entering, carry serious penalties. If you have been arrested for any type of theft or property crime in Michigan, reach out to Grewal Law PLLC as soon as possible. Our legal team can build a sound legal defense aimed at protecting your rights and preserving your freedom.
We look for problems with the prosecution’s case, including inadmissible evidence, failure to read Miranda rights, and issues with eyewitness accounts. Regardless of how serious or complex your situation may be, our Michigan theft and property crimes lawyers are prepared to fight for you.
Don’t let a conviction ruin your life; contact Grewal Law PLLC online or by phone at (888) 211-5798 to find out how we can help you defend against serious criminal charges.
Defining Property and Larceny Charges in Michigan
When people talk about stealing, they generally use the term “theft.” However, theft is just one category under the umbrella of property crimes, which can include destruction of property, vandalism, and arson as well. In the state of Michigan, all theft crimes are actually referred to as “larceny” under the law – and you may be charged with larceny if prosecutors believe you have stolen money, goods, assets, property, or other physical and non-physical items.
At Grewal Law PLLC, we can assist you with any of the following property and larceny offenses:
- Auto theft
- Breaking and entering
- Retail fraud
- Robbery (armed and unarmed)
- Identity theft
- Credit card/check fraud
Our theft & property crime attorneys have decades of experience fighting for the freedom of our clients. We understand the intricacies of both state and federal criminal law, and we can use this knowledge to build a strong case on your behalf.
Trust an Experienced & Dedicated Legal Team
The penalties for theft and property crimes in Michigan can be harsh; depending on whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or felony, you could be facing thousands of dollars in fines and extended periods of time behind bars. It is crucial that you act quickly as the sooner we are able to start working on your case, the better your chance of an ideal outcome.
Even if you believe your charges are not that serious or if you are simply under investigation, it is important that you reach out to our theft and property crimes attorneys in Michigan as soon as possible. With three office locations and a team of highly skilled attorneys, we are prepared to aggressively fight for your rights.
Get in touch with our legal team at (888) 211-5798. We offer free initial consultations.