If you have been charged with Theft or Burglary, contact me for a Free Consultation. I will help you understand your rights, answer your questions, and determine your need for representation.
There are detailed laws on the crime of theft, which include a number of different acts. The basic requirement of each of these crimes is that a person willingly or knowingly obtains unauthorized control over property. “Property” can also be considered ideas or services. Theft can be a felony or a misdemeanor depending on the value of the stolen property. With all the different types of Theft you can count on me, a Former Prosecutor to fight for the best possible outcome for you or a loved one.
Possession of stolen property
Credit Card Theft
Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults
Burglary charges in Maryland usually involve breaking and entering a building with the intent to commit a crime. Because burglary offenses are often serious felonies involving theft or violence, the charge itself can cause damage to your reputation or the loss of your job. Because of this you can’t afford any delays when it comes to legal help. In Maryland, first degree burglary, second degree burglary, and third degree burglary are felonies. Fourth degree burglary is a misdemeanor. Call me directly anytime, day or night, weekdays, and weekends for the legal advice you need exactly when you need it. 410-310-3763