A Theft Crime Conviction Can Ruin Your Life
All criminal convictions are bad, but a theft crime conviction can be particularly negative. Theft crimes are considered “crimes of moral turpitude,” which means it reflects negatively on your character. In addition to the standard criminal penalties like fines and jail time, a conviction of a crime of moral turpitude on your permanent record is an instant red flag for potential employers, landlords, schools and anyone else who could have a decisive influence on your future. It can also impact your immigration status if you are not a full US citizen. You need to avoid a conviction at all costs.
At Louis C. Mussari, Attorney at Law, in Buffalo, New York, you will find a lawyer who can help you avoid a conviction. With a track record of criminal cases defended successfully and nearly 10 years of experience as a criminal prosecutor, Mr. Mussari knows the criminal defense system inside and out, from both sides. He will create a strong strategy to fight the charges you are facing and to protect your future.
Strong Defense Against Violent Crime Charges
Attorney Louis C. Mussari handles theft crime charge cases including:
- Petit larceny
- Possession of stolen property
- Auto theft
- Breaking and entering
These crimes can be charged as misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the dollar value of the stolen property and other factors. Attorney Mussari can fight charges directly and aggressively, and he can explore restitution and other opportunities that could reduce the charges or keep charges off your criminal record. He will explore every option available for getting you favorable results.
Contact Louis C. Mussari
Time is an important factor in cases like this. As soon as you are charged with a crime – or even before you are charged but have strong reason to believe you are under investigation – talk with an experienced lawyer who can advocate for you and protect your future. Call 716-430-2147 or fill out the firm’s online contact form to schedule your initial consultation with an experienced attorney.