When choosing a criminal defense attorney for a case involving a theft charge in Maryland, consider the attorneys experience handling those types of cases in state or federal court.
Theft crimes usually involve an allegation that someone stole something of value from another. The most common theft crimes involving shoplifting or retail theft.
Different types of felony theft or property crimes including larceny, burglary, fraud, grand theft, identity theft and credit card theft in Maryland.
Theft is considered a crime of dishonest or moral turpitude under the law. A conviction for a theft offense carries with it serious collateral consequences, even for a first offense.
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