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Theft and Fraud Offenses
East Brunswick NJ Theft Lawyer
A theft or fraud charge can range from an embarrassing, inadvertent mix-up over a small item at a retail store in to allegations of burglary or robbery that carry the potential for serious prison time. The common ingredient of these offenses, namely stealing property of another person, is something that can have an extremely negative impact aside from jail too since it can create the impression that you are a thief. Hiring a skilled defense attorney is your best weapon to insure that consequences such as these are averted.
Regardless of the type of theft related offense you facing, you can rely on the lawyers at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall to protect your rights through knowledgeable and aggressive representation. With more than 100 years of combined experience, including time serving as prosecutors in Middlesex County, the theft and fraud defense attorneys at our firm have the skills to help you avoid a conviction. To speak to an attorney on our team immediately, contact us for a free consultation.
New Brunswick Theft Charge Attorneys
Although our firm represents clients charged with theft throughout Middlesex County, a huge block of our cases are heard in New Brunswick. This is the municipality where our New Brunswick Office is located and also where all indictable theft offenses are heard. Our team of eight criminal attorneys appear virtually daily at the Middlesex County Superior Court and/or in municipal courts throughout the county on behalf of . We can assist you with an exhaustive range of both felony and misdemeanor theft and fraud charges, including:
- Theft by deception
- Theft of services
- Receiving stolen property
- Passing bad checks
- Prescription fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Money laundering
- Theft of Movable Property
It is important that you take your theft offense seriously since a conviction has, as previously stated, the potential for significant ramifications. This is especially true if you are someone who already has a record, is not a United States citizen or holds a professional license. The same holds true if you are facing a second degree crime since their is a presumption of incarceration.
Woodbridge Theft Defense Attorney
If you are facing a theft or fraud offense, you should contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Having an attorney involved as early as possible in a case insures that your interests are fully protected by providing the time necessary to fully develop your defense. This can frequently translate into avoidance or reduction in charges. Acting swiftly is therefore in your best interests.
A defense attorney at The Law Offices of Jonathan F. Marshall is available around the clock to help new callers with questions, to coordinate retention of the firm or even secure bail. Whatever your need happens to be, we are prepared to assist you in a free initial consultation. Call us at 732-546-7126 for immediate assistance from a lawyer at the firm.