An arrest can be an emotionally draining moment for the person put behind bars and for their friends and family at home. Now is the time to find a Tulsa Felony Lawyer who can help you through every step of the process by providing thorough, compassionate yet aggressive legal assistance. That’s what you need to get with a Tulsa Larceny Defense Attorney at the Tulsa Criminal Defense Law Firm.
Our team quickly goes to work to examine the evidence to protect your legal rights during the process. We’ve seen it before, some defendants are sometimes charged based on illegal searches, coerced confessions and sometimes evidence provided by questionable witnesses. A Tulsa Larceny Defense Attorney can review your grand larceny or petit larceny case during a free and confidential consultation at the Tulsa Criminal Defense Law Firm.
Tula Larceny Defense
Okla. Stat. tit. 21 § 68-71 defines larceny as the taking of personal property accomplished by fraud or stealth, and with intent to deprive another thereof. Even though this felony is defined by one sentence it is quite a complex felony charge. That is why you need a Tulsa lawyer who can dig right into your case and begin reviewing the evidence assembled that led to the felony arrest.
In Oklahoma, the law says grand larceny is larceny committed with the property taken is of value exceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00). If the property is of lesser value than the $500 mark then it will be charged as petit larceny. Both offense come with jail time and possible fines if convicted. A Tulsa Larceny Defense Attorney can review your specific situation and charges to help you understand what could happen in court.
Free Consultation: Tulsa Larceny Defense Attorney
You need a Tulsa Felony Defense Lawyer who can provide skillful, aggressive and compassionate assistance to your specific case larceny case. We have the resources of a regional powerhouse law firm to give your case the attention you deserve. Simply call our team at the Tulsa Criminal Defense Law Firm at (918) 256-3400 for a free, no-hassle, confidential consultation about the case against you. If you prefer a felony defense attorney on our team to call you or reach you by email, click here to ask your questions via the easy to fill-out online consultation request form.