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Theft Crimes Fighting for What's Right For Over Three Decades

St. George Theft Crimes Lawyer

Over 33 Years of Trial Experience on Your Side

Theft crimes include a broad range of offenses, ranging from retail theft/shoplifting to robbery to theft by receiving. Theft crimes can be prosecuted as either misdemeanors or felonies and, similarly, the penalties for such crimes are both harsh and varied. If you or your loved one has been arrested for or charged with a theft crime, contact my firm as soon as possible. As your St. George theft crimes attorney, I am committed to fighting for your rights, your future, and your freedom. I have over 33 years of experience and have personally handled more than 100 jury trials. Armed with this in-depth understanding of the criminal justice system, I am prepared to fight for you.

Call Edward D. Flint today at (435) 228-7077 or submit an online contact form to request a free, confidential consultation.

Types of Theft Crime Cases I Handle

As previously mentioned, the penalties for theft crimes can be incredibly severe. The penalties you, specifically, will face depend on a number of factors, including the value of the allegedly stolen property, the nature of the crime (for example, whether or not a weapon was allegedly used), if you have prior convictions, and more. In Utah, a third shoplift is a felony—even if the stolen item was a pack of gum.

At my firm, I provide aggressive legal representation for individuals accused of all types of theft crimes, including but not limited to:

  • Retail theft/shoplifting
  • Theft by deception/extortion
  • Larceny
  • Robbery
  • Armed robbery
  • Burglary
  • Receiving stolen goods
  • Motor vehicle theft
  • Theft of a firearm
  • Theft of services
  • Fraud
  • Financial card violations

If convicted of a Class B misdemeanor theft (theft of property/services that have a total value of less than $500), you could face up to six months in jail and up to $1,000 in fines. Penalties increase from there, depending on the exact charge. The penalties for second-degree felony theft in Utah (theft of property/services that have a value of more than $5,000; theft of a functional motor vehicle or firearm; or theft while armed with a dangerous weapon) include up to 15 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines.

Schedule a Free Consultation with Edward D. Flint

Theft crime charges should be taken seriously, as prosecutors will often seek the maximum penalties possible. No matter how minor your charges may seem, it is in your best interests to speak to an experienced St. George theft attorney about your situation. As your lawyer, I can serve as your trusted advocate and guide throughout each stage of the legal process. I can review all available evidence and use my extensive legal experience to build a solid defense on your behalf.

For a free, confidential consultation, call my office at (435) 228-7077 today. Payment plans are available and all calls are answered within 24 hours.

real reviews from real clients

  • Smart, Experienced, Responsive

    “He answers emails or calls quickly and keeps you in the loop—allowing for better and smarter collaboration between client and attorney.”

    - Former Client
  • Edward Flint Is A Warrior

    “Anyone considering Ed as an attorney should feel very comfortable that he is prepared to fight... and he WILL!”

    - Tyler
  • Top Marks

    “The outcome of my case was just what I had hoped for and he achieved it quickly and efficiently.”

    - Doug
  • A Great Attorney and A Great Man

    “Ed is the kind of attorney who doesn't care more about the payday than his clients. ”

    - Taylor
  • Understanding and Kind

    “I will never again use any other attorney accept Flint if ever the need arises again.”

    - Brooke
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recent Case Results

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