Charged With Grand Larceny? Put the Experience of Dunham & Ingram On Your Side

Grand Theft and Grand Larceny

Marion County Criminal Defense Lawyer

There are several things to know about theft. The two terms, grand theft and grand larceny, both indicate taking the property of another with the intention of making it one's own. One must have taking the stolen item from the possession of the owner in order to be convicted on thief charges. If one found it and put it to one's own use, it would not be considered as stolen. If someone took something but intended to return it, it would be borrowed and thus it would not be considered stolen.

These points serve to illustrate that there can be a variety of approaches to the argument for the defense, depending on the given situation. This time in your life may be stressful, but it is important that you work quickly and retain legal counsel. By retaining the help of a knowledgeable and determined Ocala criminal lawyer, can make all the difference in achieving a favorable outcome to your charges or not.

Enlist a Skilled Ocala Theft Defense Attorney

If you or someone close to you has been accused or are facing charges for grand theft, it is in your best interests to obtain the services of Dunham & Ingram. The penalties for grand theft are severe, and could be far more dangerous if you have no legal representation on your side.

We proudly represent clients in both Marion County and Ocala and use our backgrounds in both sides of criminal courtroom to build powerful defenses. When you work with our firm, we will fully investigate every aspect of your case and the charges against you. We are not afraid to litigate your case in trial and will work aggressively to help you obtain the best possible outcome for your case.

Contact a Marion County theft lawyer from Dunham & Ingram today or submit a free case evaluation as soon as possible.

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    We will answer any questions and make sure you understand your rights and options.