New Haven County Criminal Attorney for Theft and Fraud Offenses
Theft and fraud charges, such as larceny, are often complex, involving grainy video surveillance or unreliable eyewitness accounts. Sadler Law Group will provide you an experienced criminal defense attorney to examine your theft and fraud offenses charges with a critical eye, and provide you piece of mind in a difficult and trying circumstance. From a free case consultation through resolution, Sadler Law Group work to reduce the uncertainty and unburden you as much as possible.
Sadler Law Group will Explain the Possible Outcomes of your Criminal Charges
An experienced criminal attorney at Sadler Law Group will examine the state’s evidence of you theft and fraud offenses and devise a trial strategy, while also determining whether we can:
- Suppress Physical Evidence
- Suppress Statements
- Argue the Insufficiency of the Evidence to Prove the Crime Charged
Sadler Law Group will also seek to mitigate the theft or fraud charges based on your unique circumstances. We then advise you accordingly, allowing you sufficient time to consider your options.
If You are about to be Arrested on Theft or Fraud charges, Do Not Speak with the Police!
If you believe theft and fraud offenses charges are forthcoming, please contact an experience criminal defense attorney at Sadler Law Group. In the meantime, the best advice anyone can give in a criminal matter is this – Do not speak to the police. They are investigating your alleged wrongdoing and your words will be used against you.
Regardless of the Theft or Fraud Offense Charged, an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney can Aid in Your Defense
Whether you are charged with any of the following:
- 53a-119b. Using motor vehicle or vessel without owner’s permission. Interfering or tampering with a motor vehicle. First offense: Class A misdemeanor. Subsequent offense: Class D felony.
- 53a-122. Larceny in the first degree: Class B felony.
- 53a-123. Larceny in the second degree: Class C felony.
- 53a-124. Larceny in the third degree: Class D felony.
- 53a-125. Larceny in the fourth degree: Class A misdemeanor.
- 53a-125a. Larceny in the fifth degree: Class B misdemeanor.
- 53a-125b. Larceny in the sixth degree: Class C misdemeanor.
- 53a-126. Larceny by receiving stolen property.
- 53a-128. Issuing a bad check. Penalties.
- 53a-128b. False statement to procure issuance of credit card.
- 53a-128c. Credit card theft. Illegal transfer. Fraud. Forgery.
- 53a-128d. Illegal use of credit card. Presumption of knowledge of revocation.
- 53a-128e. Illegal furnishing of money, goods or services on credit card.
- 53a-128f. Unlawful completion or reproduction of credit card.
- 53a-128g. Receipt of money, goods or services obtained by illegal use of credit card.
- 53a-129b. Identity theft in the first degree: Class B felony.
- 53a-129c. Identity theft in the second degree: Class C felony.
- 53a-129d. Identity theft in the third degree: Class D felony.
- 53a-129e. Trafficking in personal identifying information: Class D felony.
- 53a-138. Forgery in the first degree: Class C felony.
- 53a-139. Forgery in the second degree: Class D felony.
- 53a-140. Forgery in the third degree: Class B misdemeanor.
Sadler Law Group can help resolve the matter. If you would like a free consultation please call (203) 951-1360 or fill in the Request a Call form below.
Contact a New Haven County Criminal Attorney for Theft and Fraud Charges
Schedule a time to speak with an experienced criminal law attorney at Sadler Law Group to discuss your case.