Theft Charge In Colorado
Charges of theft in Colorado range from simple misdemeanors to life changing felony events. A misdemeanor theft charge such as shoplifting can be filed in the Municipal Court and involve potential penalties to include jail, public service, restitution and probation.
A felony theft charge results when the dollar amount involves $1,000.00 or more. Felony penalties range from a potential deferred sentence (which means your case will be dismissed over time) to the unfortunate penalty of a prison term.
Call Mike Moran at 719-447-1923 for a free consultation. Mike has years of experience and is a strong advocator.
Theft charges include:
- Credit Card Theft
- Automobile Theft
- Identity Theft
- Theft from an At-Risk Adult
- Theft by Receiving
- Possession of Stolen Property
- Bank Fraud
- Welfare Fraud
- Burglary Charges
- Theft of Employment Benefits
- Theft by Check/Insufficient Funds
It is important you do not make statements to any law enforcement agency about an allegation of theft. The best approach is to be polite to a police officer and invoke your right to remain silent. Call Mike Moran immediately at 719-447-1923 to protect your rights. Regardless of the outcome of your case, theft charges can affect your ability to get a job, to get an apartment, and subjects you to background checks that affect every aspect of your career.
Please call the office of Michael W. Moran at 719-447-1923 for your free consultation.