Shoplifting

In Virginia, the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor is that the goods must be worth more than $200 for the crime to be considered a felony. In this day and age, $200 worth of merchandise can easily fit in your hand. Personal electronics like cellphones, tablets, laptops and other computer equipment can add up quickly. If you have been charged with shoplifting, it is important to start your defense as soon as possible.

At the law office of John A. March, Attorney at Law, I have defended hundreds of clients in Richmond against a wide array of offenses. I understand that challenging economic times and times of extreme stress can drive individuals to get involved in acts they would never otherwise consider. Through a detailed consultation, you will have the chance to describe the facts of your case. I can then provide legal advice and representation based on a unique and effective defense strategy. It is my goal to take care of you in the courtroom and guide you toward a more stable financial future.

A Skilled Defense Attorney Focused On Protecting You

I approach each case from the perspective of the person in need. I am primarily concerned with what happens to you in court, but I am also concerned about what happens to you as a person. A criminal conviction can have devastating effects on your entire life, and I strive to ensure you find your way through whatever trouble you are facing.

Facing Criminal Charges? Reach Out To My Firm.

If you need criminal defense for shoplifting charges, contact the law office of John A. March, Attorney at Law, by calling 804-554-3729. You can also reach me by completing an online contact form. I am available for scheduled consultations at a wide range of times to meet your needs. My office is in the heart of historic downtown Richmond and is handicap-accessible.