Theft Crimes

There is a large range of criminal offenses in Massachusetts that can be put in the category of theft crimes. A theft crime can be a misdemeanor or a serious felony, and the potential punishments will vary, depending on several different factors such as the particular charge, one’s criminal history, the value of the property and/or whether a weapon was used in connection with the theft crime.  The following are common Massachusetts crimes involving theft:

  • Larceny by stealing
  • Larceny by check
  • Larceny by false pretenses
  • Larceny by embezzlement
  • Larceny from the person
  • Shoplifting
  • Larceny of a motor vehicle
  • Receiving stolen goods
  • Possession of burglarious tools
  • Insurance fraud
  • Identity fraud
  • Robbery
  • Armed robbery

If you have been charged with a theft crime, call a criminal lawyer who has a thorough understanding of theft crimes defense.  Depending on the facts and circumstances, jail time, restitution, fines, and more are possibilities. Massachusetts attorney Robert J. Wheeler, Jr. has been practicing criminal defense for more than 30 years. He is remarkably experienced in all areas of defense, including theft crimes defense.  Even something as relatively minor as shoplifting can alter your future and the way you are perceived by others, and Robert J. Wheeler, Jr. gives each case the careful attention that it deserves.

Defense of All Massachusetts Theft Crimes: (617) 973 5858

Call the Law Office of Robert J. Wheeler, Jr., a Boston-based office focusing exclusively on criminal defense if you have been charged with a theft crime or any other offense. Attorney Wheeler offers free phone consultations, and he can answer any question that you may have. One of the brightest lawyers in the field, Attorney Wheeler’s representation and advice will make the difference in your case. He aggressively defends the criminally accused in district, superior and federal courts, and he is extremely well-respected in these courthouses and throughout the legal community. You can reach Robert J. Wheeler, Jr. by calling (617) 973 5858 or by sending him an e-mail. You can reach his office 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, and Attorney Wheeler will get back to you promptly. Robert J. Wheeler, Jr. represents persons accused of crimes in all Massachusetts localities, including those located in the following counties:

  • Suffolk County
  • Middlesex County
  • Essex County
  • Norfolk County
  • Worcester County
  • Bristol County
  • Hampden County