Theft Crimes

Oakland County Theft Crime Attorney

Charged with a theft crime?

Theft crimes are those that involve the illegal appropriation of another's property with the intention of keeping that property. Not Michigan law. If you are facing theft crime charges, it may be in your best interest to contact an Oakland County criminal defense attorney at Long Law PLLC. Our founding attorney, Ms. Long, formerly worked as an assistant prosecutor for Oakland County before focusing on criminal defense. We fully understand the policies, procedures and tactics used by prosecutors, and are therefore able to provide more effective defense services than are offered by many other law firms. We will utilize a comprehensive , professional and ethical approach to your theft case intended to bring about the reduction of your charges, or a full exoneration.

Penalties for Theft Crime Convictions

Many offenses fall into the category of "theft crime," including shoplifting, burglary, identity theft, fraud, robbery, armed robbery, grand theft auto, money laundering, and embezzlement. As theft crimes run the gamut from minor infractions to serious felonies, the penalties for convictions vary significantly, and may include fines, community service, court-mandated counseling, restitution, probation, and time spent in county jail or state prison.

If you have been arrested and charged with theft crime, contact an Oakland County theft crime lawyer for dedicated advocacy.

Successful Case Results

  • CHARGE: 2nd Offense OWI VERDICT: Not Guilty
  • CHARGE: Assault and Battery VERDICT: Not Guilty
  • CHARGE: Child Abuse VERDICT: Not Guilty
  • CHARGE: Child Abuse / Neglect VERDICT: Not Guilty
  • CHARGE: Embezzlement Over $20K VERDICT: Case Dismissed
  • CHARGE: Felony Domestic Violence VERDICT: Not Guilty
  • CHARGE: Habitual 4th Offender After a Heroin Relapse VERDICT: In-Patient Treatment & Probation
  • CHARGE: Operating While Intoxicated VERDICT: Case Dismissed
  • CHARGE: Operating While Intoxicated Verdict: Reduced Charge, No Jail / Probation
  • CHARGE: Operating While Intoxicated VERDICT: Case Dismissed