Columbia Theft and Property Crimes Lawyer
Experienced Representation in Columbia for Theft or Burglary
As a former prosecutor in the 11th Judicial District, attorney Marion M. Moses has firsthand experience with all stages related to theft and property cases in South Carolina. In his years of public service, he prosecuted a multitude of cases, including property crimes and burglary — meaning he is familiar with the strategies prosecutors use. He now uses his skills to defend clients living throughout South Carolina, including those accused of criminal offenses in Richland and Lexington counties.
Types of Theft & Property Crimes
When you seek legal representation from The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC, you will work with a trial lawyer who has argued cases for more than 18 years. We can help defend you against a wide range of criminal charges, including the following theft and property offenses:
- Petit larceny (petty theft)
- Grand larceny (grand theft)
- Wire fraud, embezzlement, and other white collar offenses
What are the Penalties for Theft Crimes?
Regardless of whether you have been accused of shoplifting or grand theft, you may find yourself facing some serious penalties, including large fines and possible time in jail. Given what is at stake, you need an experienced law firm defending your rights — you need The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC.
Worried About Facing Theft Charges? Call Us Today.
If you have been accused of theft or any other property crime, contact The Law Offices of Marion M. Moses, LLC, and learn more about your legal rights and options.
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