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Jun 30, 2017

Long Island Shoplifting Lawyers

Shoplifting is one of the most common crimes committed today. In a lot of cases, the person who commits the crime of shoplifting is young and naive. Over time, this is a crime that can stay on your record for a long time. With all of the changes that are starting to take place in this area, it is vital to learn how to protect yourself legally if you are involved in this crime.

In a lot of cases, shoplifting can get expunged from your record if you follow through on our advice. Here are some of the most important things to remember about shoplifting and the penalties that you could be facing. However, we also have tips on how to get out of this crime once you are arrested and how to mitigate any legal penalties.

What to Do First

When you are accused of a crime, the most important thing that you can do is to say nothing. A lot of people make the mistake of talking to the police for hours once they are arrested. During this time, the police are collecting valuable information about you and your case.

It is advised to remain silent. Instead of talking to the police about the crime, let them know that you need to talk to your lawyers. Our team will be happy to help you with your case, but you have to make sure you do not incriminate yourself first.

A lot of people make the mistake of talking to the police after a crime because they think it will help them when it comes to the penalty. Unless you have a plea deal from a judge, do not think that accepting guilt will help you in any way. A lot of our clients received tougher sentences than they needed to because of things that they said before we arrived.

Penalties

The penalties for shoplifting are much less than other crimes. However, this is still a serious offense and you should take it seriously if you are accused.

In most states and areas, minor shoplifting is not a felony. A lot of misdemeanor charges result in a fine and maybe some community service. However, if you are a repeat offender, this may not be the case. The level of severity tends to correlate with the amount of money stolen from a business as well. Over time, shoplifting is one of the most petty things that you can do from a legal perspective. It can still follow you around for the rest of your life and career, so it is important to take care of it while you can.

Reduced Punishment

As soon as you are arrested and charged with a crime, every action you make is critical. As stated before, it is vital to remain silent until legal counsel arrives. A lot of people today are having issues with their life because of the legal advice that they did not receive in time.

Once we arrive, we will be able to give you quality counsel on your next steps. Based on the facts and the evidence from the case, we will be able to build a game plan that makes the most sense for your current situation.

We have a lot of experience dealing with shoplifting crime and punishment. We understand how to communicate to the authorities that our client is sorry for their crimes and it will not happen again. In a lot of cases, people who have no criminal background will be released without anything permanent happening on their record. Now is the time to try and figure out a way to take your life to a new level by avoiding punishment and turning around your life. This is one of the reasons that we love to work with clients in these situations.

Our Team

Over the years, our team has helped a lot of people take their life to a new level. With all of the changes that are starting to take place in the legal field today, you need to have a dynamic team of people who are willing to go to fight for your rights. A lot of people today need to make sure they are ready and willing to step up and fight for their freedom.

Our business was built around helping people get out of legal trouble. Although you should not commit crimes, we are ready to help if you do. Getting in trouble for shoplifting is not something to take lightly. Although it may seem like a petty crime, it is not something that you should ignore. Many future employers will still do a background check on your legal record before hiring you. Now is the time to try and figure out how to take things to a new level in your life and career.

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Brooklyn

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New York, NY 10005

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Queens

35-37 36th St,
Astoria, NY 11106

Phone

888-977-6335

Brooklyn

195 Montague St.14th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Phone

888-977-6335

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