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Theft-related crimes and the subsequent charges can vary in their impact to your freedom and your future. Being accused and convicted of a theft crime might block you from college admittance, prevent you from certain public licenses and prohibit you from some basic privileges.

This could include charges of shoplifting, receiving stolen property, petty theft, grand theft, burglary, or even armed robbery. Many of these crimes can vary in their degree and severity. In many cases, minor details can have a major impact on the final verdict.

Even if you have committed one of these crimes, Dennis Pawelek and the associates at Pawelek Law, PLLC will investigate all the pertinent details and interview any eyewitnesses to make sure a favorable picture is presented at trial.

Recent changes in the legal system have allowed some additional latitude for theft crimes. In many of these cases, we can have the charges reduced. Even if you are found guilty, we will work with the court to reduce the sentencing and minimize the potential long-term ramifications.

If you have been convicted of a theft crime in the state of Utah, you should call 801-722-8918 to speak with one of the associates at Pawelek Law PLLC.