Martin County Thefts are considered to be a crime of dishonesty and will remain on your record for employers to see unless you qualify to have this charge expunged or sealed.
Because of the serious consequences it is important that you have someone who will fight for your rights and hold the state accountable. I want to challenge the state's evidence in your Martin County theft case. A Stuart, FL theft charge can affect your job and your livelihood so please let me represent you and start working on your theft defense today. Review the following information and then please call me for a 100% FREE initial consultation.
The type of theft charged is based on the item(s) taken and/or the value of the item(s). The most common levels of theft are shown below but remember this is not a comprehensive list. If you do not see your charge below please contact me and we can discuss your specific theft charges today. I want to fight for your rights and provide the personal service you deserve.
- Less than $100 is a Second Degree Misdemeanor punishable by up to 60-days in the county jail or up to 6-months of probation and a fine of no more than $500
- $100 - $299 is a First Degree Misdemeanor punishable by up to 1-year in the county jail or up to 1-year of probation and a fine of no more than $1000.
- $300 - $19,999 is a Third Degree Felony punishable by up to 5-years in prison or up to 5-years of probation and a fine of no more than $5000.
- $20,000 - $99,999 is a Second Degree Felony punishable by up to 15-years in prison or up to 15-years of probation and a fine of no more than $10,000.