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Knowledgeable Indiana Theft Lawyer
At Avnet Law, we understand that Theft charges can have serious consequences. The fines, costs, and penalties associated with theft charges can be significant, and a conviction can result in jail time, fines, and/or probation. If you are facing misdemeanor or felony theft charges, it is crucial to speak with an experienced attorney who can provide you with the best defense possible. Contact us today at 877-772-8638 to speak with a knowledgeable Indiana theft lawyer who can help you protect your rights and freedom.
What are the potential charges for Theft in Indiana?
The charges for Theft in Indiana range from a Class A Misdemeanor to a Level 5 Felony. There are fact-specific situations that will determine what level of offense you can be charged with for Theft in Indiana. You should speak to an Indiana Theft Lawyer to determine the charges that may be applicable to your case.
Some of the factors that can determine the level of the Theft charges in Indiana are:
Sentencing Guidelines for Theft Convictions in Indiana:
|Level/Class||Sentences (Min. – Max.)||Advisory Sentence||Potential Fine|
|Level 5 Felony||1 – 6 Years||3 years||$0 – $10,000|
|Level 6 Felony||6 Months – 2.5 Years||1 year||$0 – $10,000|
|Class A Misdemeanor||0 Days – 1 Year||$0 – $5,000|
Probation & Community Corrections
If convicted of Theft in Indiana, you may be required to undergo one or more of the following in addition to jail time OR instead of jail time. Every criminal case is different and it may depend on the county or court in which your criminal case is pending. Speak to an experienced Indiana Theft Lawyer to determine which of the following may be applicable to your case.
An experienced Indiana Theft Lawyer can help you navigate these difficult issues. For a more detailed and specific analysis of your Theft case, call us today. It’s extremely important that you get a skilled Indiana Theft Lawyer involved in your case as soon as possible.
POTENTIAL DEFENSES TO THEFT CHARGES
It can be difficult to defend against Theft Charges and you should contact an experienced Indiana Theft Lawyer to review the specific facts of your case. However, some potential defenses include:
- Claim of right or ownership: You may argue that you genuinely believed you had a legal right to the property or were the rightful owner. This defense requires you to show that your belief was reasonable under the circumstances.
- Lack of Intent: Theft generally requires the intent to permanently deprive the owner of their property. In other words, the person committing the theft must have the intent to take someone else’s property without their permission and without intending to return it. If you can demonstrate that you did not have the required intent to commit theft, you may be able to use a “lack of intent” defense..
- Insufficient evidence: If the prosecution cannot prove all the elements of theft beyond a reasonable doubt, you may be acquitted of the charge.
- Mistaken identity: If you can provide evidence that you were not the person who committed the theft, you may be able to use mistaken identity as a defense.
- Alibi: If you can prove that you were elsewhere when the theft occurred, you may be able to use an alibi as a defense.
WE CAN HELP!
At Avnet Law, our Indiana Theft Lawyers can provide you with skilled representation.
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