Theft cases are unique in the Criminal Defense Practice. Most cases are seemingly minor charges with minimal penalty, but the effect on a client's career and life can be devastating. A conviction for a Theft Charge can ruin your career, turn down job offers for employment, deny you Government Assistance and student loans, and destroy your reputation.
The very nature of Theft Offenses under Pennsylvania Law are designated as "Crimin Falsi" meaning crimes of Falsehood. The variety of crimes under Crimin Falsi ruin the reputations of those accused and wrongfully charged. Some criminal convictions can be explained and excused, but the stigma of a Theft Conviction never goes away.
The Law Offices of Niels C Eriksen Jr, is experienced in defending our clients from a great number of Theft related charges including:
Our firm has helped hundreds of people who have been accused of a Theft Crime with an immediate and aggressive defense. Can Law Enforcement identify who committed the theft? Can witnesses provide evidence in your favor? Is there a reliable chain of evidence that connects our clients to any crime? Are any codefendants solely responsible for the theft? Are you guilty by mere presence and association with other defendants? Our firm will explore every opportunity to have you acquitted of Theft charges.
If you have been accused of a Theft Related Offense, Call us immediately (215) 750-8010
Our areas of practice include Criminal Defense, DUI, Drunk Driving, Drug Offenses, Sex Crimes, Robbery, Theft Offenses, Retail Theft, Criminal Litigation, Trial Lawyer, Traffic Offenses, Expungements, Juvenile Law, Personal Injury, Family Law, Civil Litigation, and all Felonies and Misdemeanors.
Our Attorneys practice in Bucks County, Montgomery County, and the Philadelphia Area, including: Bristol (19007), Levittown (19054, 19055, 19056), Morrisville (19067), Croydon (19021), Falls Township (19030), Bensalem (19020), Warminster (18974), Yardley (19067), Doylestown (18901), Newtown (18940), Richboro (18954), Langhorne (19047), Middletown (19047), Warwick (18976), and throughout the Five County Philadelphia Area