Olathe Shoplifting Charge Attorney
Have you been charged with theft, burglary or robbery? The consequences of these crimes are severe and may include jail time, fines, probation and even prison. A conviction for these crimes will also have negative repercussions on your future. It can damage your employment and education possibilities, and will ruin your integrity and your credibility. Whether you are charged with shoplifting or embezzling money from your company, Schlimmer Law, LLC, can help.
As a former recent assistant district attorney in Johnson County, I have extensive experience in the courtroom handling shoplifting, theft and embezzlement cases. The trial skills and knowledge I have received at the Johnson County District Attorney's Office will be a valuable asset to your case. Additionally, my experience in the financial industry gives me the skills to thoroughly review your case to make sure that you are treated fairly.
Protect your freedom. Contact Schlimmer Law, LLC, at 913-219-5424 or send an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your defense with a lawyer.
I defend clients for the following offenses:
- Burglary: Burglary is entering someone's house, business or car with the intent of committing a theft or felony. Burglary is a felony, and could result in prison time. Note: even if you don't take anything you can still be charged with burglary.
- Shoplifting/Theft: Theft is taking property with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the possession, use or benefit of the property. The severity of the punishment depends on the value of the stolen property. I help people charged with shoplifting to grand larceny.
- Robbery: Robbery is the taking of property from the person or presence of another by force or by threat of bodily harm to any person. This could include pick pocketing, purse snatching or mugging. Robbery is a felony offense and could result in prison time.
- Aggravated robbery: Aggravated robbery is a robbery committed by a person who is armed with a dangerous weapon or who inflicts bodily harm upon any person in the course of such robbery. Aggravated charges create more prison time under the sentencing guidelines.
Contact Schlimmer Law, LLC, Today
Contact me to schedule your free initial consultation with an experienced Kansas City theft defense attorney. To best meet the needs of my clients, I am willing to meet clients in jail, and I offer evening and weekend appointments. My firm is located across the street from the Johnson County Courthouse. I can be reached online or by calling 913-219-5424.