If you’re charged with grand larceny in Las Vegas, you are likely to face serious consequences if convicted. You may be intimidated by the legal system, confused about your options, and concerned for the future. Hofland & Tomsheck knows what you’re going through and wants to help.Knowledgeable Las Vegas Grand Larceny Attorneys Explain the Charges
In Nevada, larceny is the umbrella term used to describe crimes such as burglary, robbery, shoplifting, possession of stolen property, and more. Depending on how much the stolen item or items are worth, you can be accused of either petit larceny or grand larceny. Charges of grand larceny are possible when an item is valued at more than $250.
Hofland & Tomsheck has over 20 years of combined legal experience. When you need a knowledgeable Las Vegas grand larceny lawyer, we explain the charges to you, including possible means of defense and potential outcomes.Experienced Las Vegas Grand Larceny Lawyers Know the Penalties Are Steep
If an item is worth more than $250 but less than $2,500, conviction is punishable by up to five years in prison. The convicted person must also make restitution of the allegedly stolen item. If the item is valued at $2,500 or more, 10 years in prison is possible, as well as a fine of up to $10,000 and restitution of the item.
A good Las Vegas grand larceny attorney is dedicated to his or her clients. Our firm is committed to providing the most vigorous defense possible no matter the penalties you face.Defending You against Charges of Grand Larceny in Las Vegas
Defenses against grand larceny in Las Vegas include:
- Lack of intent (i.e., you did not really mean to steal the item or items)
- Proof of ownership (the property was actually yours in the first place)
- Reduced value (the item is not worth enough for the crime to qualify as grand larceny)
We have used such arguments in the past to successfully defend clients against serious charges.Retain an Accomplished Las Vegas Grand Larceny Lawyer
Josh Tomsheck of Hofland & Tomsheck is a seasoned Las Vegas grand larceny lawyer who has argued cases throughout Nevada. As the lead trial attorney in numerous serious cases, Josh’s ability to fight for his clients—in addition to his years as a former chief deputy district attorney—give him a substantial edge over the competition. He has seen over 50 jury trials to verdict, as well as over 100 bench trials. He was named one of the Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyers by the American Society of Legal Advocates, and is a board-certified specialist in criminal trial advocacy.Free Consultation With a Grand Larceny Attorney in Las Vegas
Contact us today to talk to a Las Vegas grand larceny lawyer. The longer you delay in retaining legal representation, the worse the potential outcome may be. Your most appropriate defense is to get a knowledgeable professional on your side who can explain your options. Don’t wait—if you are charged with grand larceny in Las Vegas, call Hofland & Tomsheck today.