Denver Theft Crimes Attorneys
Providing Aggressive Defense for Serious Charges
If you have been arrested for theft in Colorado, you need an experienced theft lawyer on your side. A conviction for theft can have a lasting impact on your life, affecting your ability to find employment, housing, and more. At Denver Criminal & Injury Attorneys, our skilled and compassionate attorneys have handled thousands of cases and can help you fight for the best possible outcome in yours.
We understand the unique challenges faced by those charged with theft, and we know that people do not always make the best decisions when they are in a difficult situation. Our team of the law firms Buckmelter Law and J.Y. Kang PC may be able to use your unique circumstances to your advantage in fighting your charges.
Contact Our Denver Theft Lawyers for a Free Consultation
If you are facing theft charges, Denver Criminal & Injury Attorneys can help. We have handled tens of thousands of cases and can use our experience and skill to fight for you. We understand that the legal system can be confusing and intimidating, but our attorneys can walk you through the process and make sure that your rights are protected.
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What Is Considered Theft in Colorado?
Under Colorado law, theft occurs when a person knowingly obtains the property of another person without permission and with the intent to deprive that person of their property. Theft can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the value of the stolen property and the circumstances of the case. It is also important to note that shoplifting is considered theft under Colorado law.
Theft can include:
- Stealing another person's property
- Taking property that belongs to another person without permission
- Obtaining property by deception or fraud
- Concealing shoplifted goods
- Taking property that belongs to another person by deception or fraud
- Stealing services
If you have been accused of theft, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. An experienced theft lawyer can help you understand your rights and the potential consequences of a theft charge. They can also work to protect your rights throughout the legal process and represent you in court if necessary.