Criminal Defense Lawyers in Easton, Allentown and Bethlehem
Spitale, Vargo, Madsen & Blair represent clients facing a broad range of theft and property crime charges. A non comprehensive list of charges we defend includes:

• Retail Theft
• Theft by Unlawful taking or disposition
• Theft by Deception
• Theft of lost or mislaid property
• Theft by Extortion
• Fraud
• Criminal Trespass
• Robbery

How are theft charges different than other charges?

Theft charges can be divided up into three main categories:

• Retail Theft (theft from a store, by a non-employee, during regular business hours)
• Theft or Fraud that is not Robbery or Retail Theft
• Robbery (theft by force)

The best criminal defense lawyers will tell you that theft charges are, in one particular way, more serious than any other charges. Theft charges are considered crimen falsi. A conviction of a crimen falsi offense can haunt a person for a lifetime, often more than a violent crime may. While most other crimes can only be used against a person in future court proceedings under very specific circumstances, crimen falsi convictions can be used against a person in nearly all future court proceedings to relay to a judge or jury that the person is dishonest and not to be believed.

Lehigh Valley Theft Attorneys Northampton & Lehigh County Criminal Defense Law Firm
As a criminal defense law firm, we work diligently to find evidence that will support our client’s innocence and establish a reasonable doubt that they are guilty of theft. As your defense attorneys, we meticulously review police reports and eyewitness statements. We conduct our own witness interviews and track down information that can help in obtaining a favorable outcome.

To schedule a confidential consultation with a criminal defense attorney regarding your criminal charges, contact our office today.