Colorado Theft And Property Crime Attorney

Request Free Consultation

Strong legal representation is required if you have been charged with theft or a property crime. Criminal charges put your future at stake. At Martin & Reed, LLC, in Greeley, our attorneys work hard to protect your rights so you can move forward with your life.

Call our law firm if you have been arrested. We will protect your rights and your future.

Accusations of stealing products from a retail store and other types of theft need to be dealt with by experienced defense lawyers. We have a reputation for providing aggressive representation for individuals facing criminal charges. As skilled trial lawyers, we will fight on your behalf to find the best possible outcome in your case.

Types Of Colorado Theft Offenses

Theft offenses can involve a variety of circumstances. Under Colorado law, theft can include:

Theft offenses can be a misdemeanor or felony. You can face serious consequences for a conviction, including a minimum prison sentence and no eligibility for probation or a suspended sentence. In addition to serious criminal penalties, you can be held liable to pay for the actual damages of the theft as well as civil penalties.

We know what action to take if you have been charged with a theft offense. We will review the facts of your case, explain how the criminal justice system works and diligently prepare your case for trial to find the best outcome.

4 Common Colorado Property Offenses

There are other common property offenses in Colorado other than theft. Here are five common property offense cases that our theft and property offense lawyers handle:

  1. Robbery: When one person takes another person’s money or property with force or the threat of force, robbery has occurred.
  2. Home invasion: This occurs when someone makes unlawful entry into a home that is occupied. The person making the unlawful entry is armed and the person at home must be lawfully present within the home.
  3. Trespassing: When someone enters another person’s property without permission or without lawful authority to do so, this is trespassing. In Colorado, it must be proven there is some amount of damage or interference with the property to press trespassing charges.
  4. Vandalism: This is willful damage or defacing of property. The property can be public or private.

Oftentimes Colorado combines theft and property crime charges with drug or weapons charges. If you have pre-existing criminal convictions, additional charges can complicate your life. It is in your best interest to contact Martin & Reed, LLC, to speak with a Colorado property crime defense lawyer from our law firm about your criminal case.

Arrested For Theft Or A Property Crime? Contact Us For A Free Consultation.

Do not wait to contact our law firm if you have been arrested. We will protect you and work hard to minimize or prevent the consequences associated with your case. Call 970-573-5187 for our Greeley office or fill out our online form to schedule a free consultation.