Theft Crime Lawyer in Noblesville

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It can be an embarrassing and scary experience being caught or accused of stealing. It can be outright infuriating and outrageous if you are falsely accused of theft or fraud. In our firm, whether you are guilty or not, we strongly believe that your constitutional rights need to be protected, and that means the State of Indiana (through its prosecutor and police) need to be able to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt with powerful and persuasive evidence. If they cannot, then the charges should be dismissed or resolved by way of a reasonable plea. Individuals facing this situation should seek the help of a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist* with experience in theft crimes. The state of Indiana has only given three attorneys the honor of becoming Board Certified Criminal Law Specialists*, and the office of Baldwin Kyle & Kamish, P.C. has both of them on the team. Don't trust something this important to just anyone, especially as crimes of dishonesty, such as theft and fraud, may negatively impact you for the rest of your life, including in your search for quality jobs.

Types of Theft Crimes in Indiana

In Indiana, the lowest level theft charge is an “A” misdemeanor, with penalties ranging from 0-1 year in jail and up to a $5,000 fine. This is typically a shoplifting type of charge, as it covers those persons accused of stealing property or money worth less than $750. If a person is accused of stealing property worth between $750 - $50,000, they may be charged with a level 6 felony, facing 6 months to 3 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine. If you are accused of stealing property or money worth more than $50,000, you could be facing a level 5 felony with punishment ranging from 1 – 6 years and up to a $10,000 fine.

Additionally, a variety of factors may elevate a simple theft charge into more serious felony charges, including:

  • What type of property was stolen (traffic signs, guns and property from hospitals, for example, can create more serious charges).
  • If the person accused of theft has a prior conviction for theft.

There are a variety of theft-type crimes that the Indiana legislature has put on the books, including (but not limited to)

With all of our firm’s criminal defense experience, we have defended just about every type of theft charge or off-shoot theft charge that exists in Indiana. We have represented those accused of stealing from their employer, shoplifting, and stealing from their family, friends and the government. We recognize the seriousness of these types of accusations and we defend both innocent and guilty persons with equal passion. Everyone deserves a proper defense. These types of crimes can ruin a person’s life, and require, therefore, experienced counsel. Theft crimes can become incredibly complicated. It is important that you work with an experienced and dedicated legal professional who know how to defend against these types of allegations. Our Noblesville theft crime lawyers at Baldwin Kyle & Kamish, P.C. have more than 55 years of combined experience, have represented thousands and thousands of clients, and will not be bullied by the prosecutor into taking a bad plea. If they look at our track record, prosecutors should know that we are ready, willing and more than able to go to trial if necessary to properly defend our client.

If you need the knowledge and experience of a Noblesville criminal defense attorney, call Baldwin Kyle & Kamish, P.C. at (888) 988-5659.

*Andrew Baldwin, Mark Kamish, and Kathie Perry are recognized as Board Certified Criminal Trial Advocates by the National Board of Trial Advocacy

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