A Local Attorney Representing Clients Charged With Larceny Offenses

In a challenging economy, some individuals are forced to make difficult decisions. Often, they feel forced to act in a manner that they never would have considered in times of less stress. An experienced Richmond larceny attorney can listen to the facts of your case and advise you on how best to proceed.

If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with a theft crime, it's important to reach out to an attorney as soon as possible. At the law office of John A. March, Attorney at Law, I will take the necessary steps to shield you from the criminal defense system and minimize potentially serious consequences.

Facing Charges For Embezzlement? I Can Help.

In Virginia, a distinction is made between petty larceny (misdemeanor) and grand larceny (felony). If the items are valued at more than $200, the larceny is a felony. It is wise to contact a lawyer who is experienced in defending clients against both felony and misdemeanor charges. Larceny, also known as theft crimes, can involve any number of situations, including:

  • Embezzlement
  • Employee theft
  • Gasoline theft
  • Shoplifting

As your lawyer, I will immediately begin a thorough investigation into the facts surrounding your charge to develop a unique and effective case strategy. I will examine the police report and interview witnesses to anticipate and counteract the prosecution's tactics. You can be certain that I will aggressively defend you using every legal method at my disposal.

Online Theft And Computer Crimes

Personal information is increasingly stored in the digital world. As such, defense against Internet crimes has become paramount in many areas of the nation. Virginia is no different. At my firm, I regularly defend clients charged with a wide range of Internet crimes, including:

  • Identity theft
  • Theft of money
  • Theft of account numbers
  • Theft of retirement accounts
  • Internet pornography

With so much pressure to catch and convict Internet criminals, it is possible for law enforcement to target the wrong individuals. If you have been arrested or think you are the target of an investigation, it is important to schedule a consultation with an experienced lawyer immediately.

Contact My Richmond Law Firm

If you need criminal defense for larceny offenses, contact my firm, John A. March, Attorney at Law, by calling 804-554-3729. You can also schedule a confidential consultation by completing an online contact form. I am available for scheduled consultations at a wide range of times to meet my clients' needs. My office is in the heart of historic downtown Richmond and is handicap-accessible.