If you live or work in the North Alabama area, and have been charged with shoplifting, you need experienced criminal defense counsel to protect your constitutional rights. If you live in the Huntsville area and have been charged with theft, fraud, passing worthless checks, burglary or other property crimes, you want a Huntsville theft lawyer to provide an aggressive defense to the charges. Attorney Brian D. Clark has extensive experience handling all types of theft crimes, including shoplifting, forgery, and check fraud cases.
At the law firm of Brian D. Clark, P.C., we handle all types of theft and fraud cases in the Huntsville and North Alabama area. Contact us for a free initial consultation.
Theft charges are serious charges, which can have serious consequences. Crimes of dishonesty can affect your employment in any job. Theft and fraud convictions could result in loss of professional or occupational licenses and loss of college scholarships.
The consequences of a theft or shoplifting conviction may include:
- Mandatory fines and costs
- Probation and community service
- Suspension of your driver's license
- Possible jail time
- Loss of college scholarships
- Public humiliation
- Career stress or loss of job
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We often find that clients accused of theft and white collar crimes are decent people who have made mistakes in judgment. We always do our best to resolve these matters quickly and efficiently by using creative strategies. If you are a first-time offender, you may be eligible for programs in which your charges could be dropped or dismissed.
Felony or Misdemeanor Theft and Fraud
Theft of property, goods, or services can either be a felony or a misdemeanor in Alabama. Criminal defense attorney Brian D. Clark represents Huntsville and North Alabama clients charged with these theft-related offenses:
- Bank Fraud
- Identity Theft
- Insurance Fraud
- Healthcare Fraud
- Grand Theft
- Credit Card Fraud
- Petit (Petty) Theft
- Welfare Fraud
- Automobile Theft
- Worthless Checks
- Unemployed Compensation Fraud
- Bad Checks
- Dealing in Stolen Property