Defense Against Retail Fraud And Shoplifting Charges

Many young people don't seem to realize the consequences of property crimes such as retail fraud or shoplifting.

If you are a person of any age who has been arrested for retail theft, you should know that a jail term is a distinct possibility, as are substantial fines, probation, community service and restitution. Even a misdemeanor conviction on one of these charges can negatively impact your college enrollment, a grant or scholarship, a career path and employment opportunity, or a security clearance.

Don't resign yourself to these worst-case scenarios after a shoplifting arrest. The skilled Plymouth, Michigan, criminal defense attorney who can protect your rights against theft crime charges is Stacey L. Selleck, founder of our Selleck Legal, PLLC, law firm.

Stacey L. Selleck has built a reputation for results in protecting the rights of those arrested for misdemeanor-level shoplifting and other theft offenses. Call us immediately if you or a loved one has been arrested for retail fraud, retail theft or shoplifting.

Stacey L. Selleck responds to your request for help with outstanding representation at affordable prices — proven legal leadership that has built her reputation for results in a number of past cases, for many satisfied clients. Reach us now at 734-713-8995. Your initial consultation and case evaluation is free of charge.

Handling A Wide Array Of Misdemeanor Theft Offenses

Theft of merchandise whose worth is a certain monetary value level can be considered a felony. Misdemeanors that our law office specializes in are typically tried in district court, and a conviction on one of the following charges could still mean serious punishment:

  • Shoplifting
  • Petty larceny
  • Retail fraud — the changing of price stickers or removal of anti-shoplifting devices
  • Employee theft
  • Bad checks
  • Breaking into a motor vehicle
  • Simple robbery

Taking Action To Protect Your College Student's Future

Certain provisions in Michigan law can keep a shoplifting charge off a convicted person's record. If necessary, Stacey L. Selleck can work out a plea to lesser charges, or recommend community service or restitution.

Don't allow your son or daughter's future with the law to be stained by one avoidable, regrettable mistake. Whether a defendant lives in greater Detroit or is a nonresident enrolled at a local college or university, you can make sure that his or her rights are protected, from start to finish of the legal process, at Selleck Legal, PLLC.

Contact Us For Outstanding Representation And Affordable Pricing

Your initial consultation with Plymouth retail fraud criminal lawyer Stacey L. Selleck is free of charge. Contact Selleck Legal, PLLC, at 734-713-8995.