Minnesota State laws refer to theft as the stealing of identity, property, and services. The charges can be classified as misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, or felony-level offenses depending on what was stolen, the amount that was stolen, when and how.

The long-lasting consequences of being charged and convicted of theft will have an impact on your personal and professional lives. Your record will also impact the level of the charges if it is a first-time offense or recurring charges.

Regardless of the charges you are facing, you must seek legal advice and representation. Your attorney will investigate with you all the aspects of the charges, the crime, and the plan of action for your defense.

We defend

At Arneson Law Office, we represent all levels of theft accusations. We specialize in shoplifting and felony-level representations.

Shoplifting representation: as one of the most common crimes in Minessota, shoplifting charges vary from misdemeanor to felony, all according to the value of what was stolen, and the penalties can also vary.

Felony theft representation: theft felony-level will, in most cases, depend on the property value, the nature of the crime, and the actions played during the activity. In cases of valuable properties, felony charges are applied when the stolen property has a value of $1000 or more.

More theft crimes we defend:

  • Petty theft cases.
  • Big theft cases.
  • Robbery.
  • Armed robbery.
  • Embezzlement.
  • Fraud.
  • Corporate fraud
  • Money laundering
  • White-collar crimes.
  • Misrepresentation.
  • And more.

What to do?

Call your attorney: If you are facing theft charges, no matter if related to shoplifting, burglary, robbery, felony theft, identity theft, or any other “white collar” crime, call your attorney as soon as possible. The more time your legal team has to prepare your defense, the better could be the outcome.

Your defense

Regardless of the charges you are facing, know that you have legal rights to defend yourself in court.

As an experienced attorney, Wyatt Arneson is prepared to take on your legal case and represent you in court, guaranteeing that all your rights will be preserved. He will inform you of all the legal procedures and repercussions of your case, presenting you with a plan of action for your defense.

Need legal representation? Contact Arneson Law Office today or call our office at (612)-746-1188 to book a consultation. In case of emergency, call our 24-hour line for help at (612)-405-8010.