Have you been arrested on a theft charge? If so, you need a strong and effective defense effort. No matter what the charge, the possibility of jail time is real. Kenneth Crislip is an aggressive defense attorney with a record of success in theft crimes, ranging from shoplifting to aggravated burglary. He will work to build a strong and successful defense for you.
Kenneth Crislip defends people accused of property crimes such as:
- Receiving Stolen Property
- Grand Theft Auto
- Forgery and Check Fraud
- Identity Theft
For more information about what Kenneth Crislip can do for you, set up a consultation today.
Defending Your Rights and Freedom
In defending you, Kenneth Crislip will examine the facts very carefully. In cases involving theft of property there may be one or more possible defense strategies available. Kenneth Crislip will organize and mount a strong defense for you, based on the facts and the law. If there is a way to obtain an outright dismissal of the charge or not guilty verdict, Kenneth Crislip will find it.
Because the severity of theft charges depends on the value of the property in question, it may be possible to obtain a reduction in the charge to one carrying lesser penalties. Kenneth Crislip is an experienced defense attorney and negotiator who always works to obtain the best outcome possible.
Avoiding a Criminal Record and Jail
Particularly in cases involving first-time offenders, it may be possible to obtain an outcome which avoids a criminal record and jail time. A probation without conviction outcome can allow you to put the event behind you without lasting consequences. Willingness to provide restitution can be a significant factor when seeking this type of outcome.
Kenneth Crislip has helped many people in the Akron, Ohio area obtain these types of outcomes. If you qualify and want such a verdict, Kenneth will work with the prosecutor to obtain it for you.
Contact Kenneth Crislip Today
For a consultation with Kenneth M. Crislip Attorney at Law, call 330-812-3670 or fill out our online contact form.