The Mullen Law Group’s grand theft defense attorneys are leading Eau Claire and the Chippewa Valley due to their lawyers successful grand theft settlements in Wisconsin.
Category: Theft Crimes
Section: Grand Theft
Definition: Grand Theft
theft of property or services whose value exceeds a specified amount or of a specified kind of property (as an automobile) Grand theft is a felony.
Topic Expanded: Grand Theft
The grand theft defense lawyers at The Mullen Law Group excel in representing clients in all aspects of grand theft cases. Grand theft are serious charges that can have severe consequences. The Mullen Law Group’s grand theft lawyers have extensive experience defending clients from grand theft allegations and are committed to providing an aggressive defense on the clients behalf. In a grand theft case it is essential to have a dedicated attorney that engages early and strives to get the case either dismissed or settled out of court. Have Wisconsin’s premier grand theft attorneys prove their success in settling cases out of court and preventing charges from ever being filed.
If charges of a grand theft related crime have been filed or are in process, an experienced grand theft defense team will be able to improve the outcome. Remember, it is easier to prevent a grand theft charge from being filed than it is to receive a not guilty verdict in court once it has already been charged.
Recommendation: Grand Theft
It is extremely important to hire a criminal grand theft attorney to represent your best interests. The primary goal is to keep you out of the criminal court system so you can move on with your life without the danger of a lengthy prison sentence or a criminal record. The Mullen Law Group’s grand theft lawyers maintain an extremely high rate of success. Our determined focus is to:
- Keep a felony grand theft allegation out of court
- Use our knowledge base to settle strategically
- Fight for the best outcome our client is facing
In some situations, it may be difficult for the prosecution to pursue or prove a grand theft case. This is due to the fact that the intent of the defendant is a key part of the charges. To be convicted of committing some type of grand theft, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant intentionally made the attempt to or actually committed grand theft. If a grand theft case goes to court, there is often no recovery of losses for the plaintiff because a judgment is ordered. The judgment can often include jail time, making recovery of losses very difficult. Settling out of court is the most beneficial option for both parties; the plaintiff has a better chance of recovering losses and the accused can avoid serving time in jail or prison.
Although the evidence may seem substantial, there are many options an attorney can use to challenge the grand theft charges. It is important to act quickly to involve a legal professional who can properly assert rights and act as a knowledgeable voice inside and outside of the courtroom. Our criminal defense lawyers have achieved amazing results in grand theft cases during the pre-file stage as well as in the courtroom. Our attorneys have the expertise to have grand theft cases completely dismissed, or pursue a lower sentence for the client.
Don’t let a grand theft charge jeopardize your future, contact us immediately to find out how an exceptional grand theft attorney can help you.
We know you need the best in knowledgeable legal representation from a criminal law firm that treats your case with consideration and genuine concern. We look forward to hearing from you when you call (888) 375-3056 for a FREE confidential consultation.