Our firm handles criminal defense, family law, personal injury and more for Arkansas clients.

Fight Back Against Theft Charges

Robbery, theft and other similar allegations often lead to serious consequences upon conviction. A guilty verdict can lead to jail time, thousands of dollars in court fines, and the loss of your job or home. If the crime involved a firearm or violence, it becomes exponentially more serious. This is the time to get serious about your defense.

If you face theft charges, you need an experienced attorney in your corner. Catterlin & Arnold Law Firm stands up for the rights of Arkansas residents when they have been charged with theft. Your attorney will make sure you understand the legal process and will pursue reduced or dropped charges. The sooner you reach out to our law firm, the sooner we can start building your criminal defense. Call 479-339-0778 now to schedule a consultation with a theft attorney.

What Is The Difference Between Theft, Robbery And Burglary?

The terminology involved in many theft cases can confuse people. The categorization of a crime largely comes down to a few questions: who was present, where did the crime occur and was the crime violent? Theft is a broad term that refers to taking another person’s property. Robbery typically involves taking property directly from an individual or business by force. Burglary is theft involving entering a property illicitly for the purpose of that theft.

What Are The Consequences Of A Conviction?

Theft, burglary and robbery charges carry serious consequences in Arkansas. If you’re convicted of one of these crimes, you could face:

  • Up to $15,000 in fines
  • Up to 20 years in prison
  • The loss of your firearm privileges and voting rights

Protect yourself by hiring an experienced attorney.

What Can You Do To Keep Your Freedoms?

Your next step, whether the police have brought you in for questioning or there is a full-blown investigation, is to call 479-339-0778. From our office in Rogers, we support clients statewide. Unable to call us? Send an email.