Lloyd Law Firm has defended hundreds of individuals charged with theft, be it from writing a hot check to burglarizing a home or office building. There is generally restitution involved, which means that the individual could be placed on probation, provided that one of the terms of probation includes paying back the monetary value of the item stolen and unrecovered. Theft is considered a crime of ‘moral turpitude,’ which means it speaks to a person’s character as to truthfulness and trustworthiness. A good defense includes the consideration that once a person is branded as untruthful or untrustworthy, their ability to acquire and maintain a good job or career is diminished. These crimes affect someone’s ability to prosper in the future, so their proper defense is crucial. Lloyd Law Firm is a strong advocate and proponent for mercy if someone makes a mistake that can be fixed and not repeated. We strive to aid our clients who may have just found themselves in a bad situation, due to the circumstances in their life. We will fight for you to prove yourself, especially if you were falsely accused.