Over 35 Years of Defending
Those Who Have Been Accused of Crimes
Fort Lauderdale Property Crimes Lawyer
Robbery, Burglary & Theft Charges in Florida
Law enforcement officers and prosecutors in the state of Florida take property crimes – such as theft, burglary, and robbery – very seriously. A conviction for a theft crime in Florida means heavy fines, lengthy prison sentences, and other severe penalties.
You should demand a high level of defense from your attorney, and you will find that at the Law Offices of A. Randall Haas. Our Fort Lauderdale property crimes attorney has over three decades of experience in defending clients for property crimes charges in Florida. We can help you with virtually any property crime, whether it be on the state or federal level.
If you or someone you love is in need of criminal defense lawyers in Florida then call 954-763-9211 today to schedule a free initial consultation at our firm.
Property Crimes and Your Rights Under Florida Law
Our firm has defended countless clients for a wide range of misdemeanor, felony, state, and federal property crimes, including:
- Petty theft (or larceny)
- Theft from employer
- Robbery and armed robbery
- Breaking and entering
- Identify theft and fraud
- Vandalism, trespassing and property damage
Property crimes charges range in severity depending on how much property was taken, whether or not a weapon was involved, whether or not someone was injured during the theft attempts, and a variety of other circumstances. The penalties for Florida property crimes also vary, ranging from probation to fines to lengthy prison sentences. Speak with one of our Fort Lauderdale property crimes lawyers as soon as you can to learn about what you can do to protect yourself, your rights, and your freedom.
The penalties for these crimes can also range from probation and fines to lengthy prison sentences. Learn more about your rights under the law by calling 954-763-9211 or contacting us online today.
Why The Law Office of A. Randall Haas?
Over 35 Years
Hundreds of Successful
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