You Do Not Want Theft On Your Record

If you are convicted of theft, you might face incarceration or fines. Be aware that there are also other long-lasting repercussions that can have a serious impact on your life. Even if you are convicted of a relatively minor theft crime like shoplifting, you will have that on your record and it will be visible to potential employers. In a competitive job market, people with such criminal offenses on their records are often the first to be disqualified for a position. With the help of an experienced attorney, however, you may be able to avoid a conviction.

By choosing the Law Offices of Christy M. Hall in Racine to defend you against theft charges, you are choosing representation from a lawyer who has more than 19 years of experience serving people throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Christy M. Hall defends against all property crime charges, including:

  • Theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Fraud (credit card fraud, check fraud)

How Strong Is The Evidence Against You?

A successful criminal defense strategy often hinges on identifying weaknesses in the evidence against you. It is important not to take any evidence at face value. It may not be as strong as police and prosecutors make it out to be.

Christy M. Hall will carefully review all evidence, looking for weaknesses. Does the prosecution's entire case hang on a witness who claims that you stole something? How reliable is this witness? Is there videotape evidence of you committing retail theft? Is the video clear? Is it possible that it is another person in the video? Finding flaws in the evidence can lead to it being thrown out or to an entire theft case being dismissed, so she is diligent in her investigation of all of the facts in the case.

The Fight Against Theft Charges Begins With A Free Consultation

Contact the Law Offices of Christy M. Hall at 262-822-3187 or by email today for a free consultation about fighting theft charges. All major credit cards are accepted, and weekend and evening appointments are available.