Theft & Burglary
Arrested for Theft? Talk to a Criminal Defense Attorney Now
Have you been charged with theft? If convicted, the sentence can range from court supervision to time spent in a penitentiary. A conviction – no matter how small or large the consequences – will leave you with a criminal record. Talk to a criminal defense lawyer at the Russo Law Offices in Wheaton, Illinois, about your case.
You don’t have to face theft charges alone or with a lawyer who doesn’t have time to get to know you. To assure that your rights are protected and that you understand all your options, contact our law firm for a free initial consultation.
- We can investigate the case ourselves to determine if the police acted appropriately. Did the police make mistakes? Did they have a proper search warrant? We also look for evidence that will exonerate you.
- Can the prosecutor prove the case? If there are questions about how the evidence was obtained, we may be able to get the evidence suppressed or the arrest quashed. With a thorough investigation behind us, we will know your case better than the prosecutor – and we will use that knowledge to your advantage.
- Your lawyer will look for ways to limit the damages. If the evidence is strong, you may want to work toward mitigating the damages. A plea agreement and a light sentence – even court supervision – may be an option. We will work for you.
If you have been accused of theft, burglary, petty theft, larceny, shoplifting, identity theft (using someone else’s credit card), embezzlement (stealing from an employer), or any other type of theft, talk to an attorney who cares about how your case will be resolved and how it will affect your future.
At the Russo Law Offices in Wheaton and Chicago, you can be assured of finding the right lawyer to help you resolve a theft or burglary charge. Attorney Richard Russo, using all the resources of the Associated Legal Services Chartered, provides experienced representation for clients who require a criminal defense lawyer.