North Carolina Larceny Criminal Defense Attorney
All property crimes, regardless of whether you are charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, are serious. A property crime conviction, regardless of the value of the property alleged to be taken, is a major offense that can stay with you for a long time. Employers place a premium on honesty and generally take a dim view of theft crimes. Regardless of the circumstances, after a theft or other property crime conviction, you may find it difficult to get or keep a job. An experienced criminal defense lawyer can explore the circumstances behind your case and help you determine your options.
I am Randolph J. Hill, Attorney at Law. I have over 20 years of legal experience and have successfully defended numerous individuals throughout the Triangle against property crime charges. Contact my office today. Property crimes can involve a number of different charges, including:
Depending on your circumstances, you may be facing felony or misdemeanor charges. In North Carolina, if the state alleges that you took merchandise out of a store, you could be charged with a felony.
I will try to help you avoid a property crime conviction if at all possible. In many cases, diversion may be a viable option to keep a conviction off of your record. In some cases, particularly in cases involving accusations of burglary of a residence, the prosecution is unlikely to make any type of plea offer. In these situations, our best bet may be to go to trial. Regardless of your charge, I will prepare every case for trial. I will work proactively and strategically to achieve the best possible outcome to your case.
Contact Raleigh Larceny Defense Attorney Randolph J. Hill
919-805-3461 or Toll Free at 888-337-1448
Call or e-mail my law firm today. I am based in Raleigh, across the street from the Wake County courthouse, and represent clients throughout the Triangle. For your convenience, I accept Visa and MasterCard.