A Shoplifting Defense That Can Protect Your Future
Being charged with theft or shoplifting may seem like a light matter, but having a criminal conviction on your record can complicate your life in the future. Whether this is the first time you have shoplifted or the first time you have been caught, securing legal counsel at the outset is an important step.
The Patrick M. Noe, Jr., Attorney at Law, in Williamsville, New York, is a criminal defense practice. We represent clients in western and upstate New York, providing assistance that is aggressive and effective.
Handling Shoplifting And Other Theft Charges
Whether you are a college student on a limited budget, a thrill-seeker or someone simply overtaken with the sudden impulse to steal during a visit to the Walden Galleria Mall, being charged with petit larceny, shoplifting or some other type of theft is serious. Our criminal defense practice is characterized by personalized assistance and aggressive representation. We are often able to obtain a reduction of charges for our clients.
We also represent individuals charged with grand larceny, which is a felony. Grand larceny applies when the value of the items stolen is more than $1,000, when a public record is stolen, or when a credit card or debit card is stolen.
Why You Need A Lawyer
New York does not allow expungement of criminal records. Something as simple as a minor theft can leave a mark on your record that permeates both your professional and personal life. Attorney Patrick Noe will fight to reduce the charges against you and obtain an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal (ACD). Don’t trust your theft defense case to just any attorney — call on Patrick M. Noe, Jr., Attorney at Law.
One Mistake Should Not Follow You For Life
Do not allow a simple mistake to haunt you for years to come. Let us defend you against shoplifting charges so that you can continue to build your future without the weight of a criminal record holding you back. Phone consultations are available. Contact us online or call 716-803-8741.