Legal Advice for Shoplifting — 71 results
Written by attorney Robert Corrado, over 2 years ago.
The question that I seem to be asked the most lately has to do with demands for money after a shoplifting incident. What happens is if somebody has picked up or involved in a shoplifting... more
Written by attorney Charles Kenyon, about 2 years ago.
To aid retailers fight shoplifting, legislatures around the country passed Civil Remedy statutes that let the retailer sue shoplifters, not just for the cost of the product, but also for... more
Written by attorney Gregory Casale, almost 2 years ago.
The maximum penalty for a 1st Offense Shopliftingchargeis a fine. You cannot be sentenced to jail, even if you did have a prior offense, regardless of whether it is still on your record or... more
Written by attorney Ian Valkenet, 5 months ago.
“I made a mistake. I was caught trying to shoplift. I gave the merchandise back, and was released. I thought this was all behind me, until I received a letter in the mail demanding... more
Written by attorney Tristan Legrande, 5 months ago.
Overview of theft related offenses in the state of Texas ANY CHARGE OF THEFT IS A SERIOUS OFFENSE Charges involving theft are very serious because of several reasons. First, a conviction... more
Written by attorney Martin Lascola, 8 months ago.
Retail Theft charges require an experienced attorney who can effectively navigate through the courthouse where your case is pending. There are particular local rules and procedures that... more
Written by attorney Kevin DeVore, 8 months ago.
What is going to happen when we go to court? Will have to say anything? How long will it take? I get these questions all the time. The answers can vary depending on what type of case it is--... more
Written by attorney Raushanah Rodgers, 8 months ago.
This Guide informs the reader of the following: 1) What the State of North Carolina has to prove in order to secure a conviction. 2) How having a lawyer can help even if you're guilty. The... more
Written by attorney Philip Jacques, 8 months ago.
In Michigan, when a person is arrested for a criminal offense or appears in court for an offense that is punishable by more than 90 days in jail, they are fingerprinted. Typically, the... more
Written by attorney John Ketner, 9 months ago.
Many people accused of a crime have never been to court. It is important to know how to handle yourself when you first go to court. Arrive Early and Expect to Stay Late It is best to... more
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