A shed containing more than 35 tools for cultivating a city garden was broken in to and robbed recently. Police say the thieves climbed over a fence and broke a padlock on the shed to gain entry. There has been no arrests made in the investigation.
If someone is accused of a crime similar to this, they may be charged with a number of different crimes including stealing and property damage. Because the value of the property stolen in this case is more than $500, a person would likely be charged with felony.
Charges like these can have lasting effects on a persons ability to gain employment or pursue education. Do not wait, call an experienced criminal defense attorney in St. Louis today. JCS Law helps people facing felony or misdemeanor stealing charges. Call for a free consultation on your case. 314-561-9690
Source: ksdk.com, “Thieves steal tools from STL community garden,” John Henry, July 11, 2014
In Missouri, Robbery is a felony and can be punishable by up to 30 years or life in prison. Prosecutors in St. Louis county actively pursue these cases and attempt to get convictions with serious penalties for citizens accused of robbery and other felony crimes.
Two teens were recently arrested in north St. Louis County for allegedly robbing a man at gunpoint and shooting him. Police say the two suspects fled and were later taken into custody by police.
Cases like this are serious and require a serious defense from a St. Louis Criminal Defense Attorney. Because of details of the allegations, prosecutors may charge someone in this situation with assault or other charges. A robbery defense lawyer in St. Louis County can look at the details of the case and protect you in court against whatever actions you are being accused of. A St. Louis attorney like John Schleiffarth of JCS Law with experience handling felony charges may be able to help you get charges reduced or in some cases dropped.
If you or someone you love has been charged with felony robbery, you should not waste any time in hiring an attorney to protect you and your rights.
Source: kmov.com, “2 teens arrested after man robbed, shot in St. Louis County,” May 13, 2014
A Missouri woman is charged with more than 12 felony counts. She is alleged to have written numerous bad checks on business checks for her day care company. She is also alleged to have taken extra debits from customers bank accounts, though it is reported that some have had their money returned.
In Missouri, if a person passes a bad check for the amount of $500 or more, they could be charged with a Class C Felony. Felony charges are serious matters that require experienced criminal defense. Convictions on a charge such as this can carry prison sentences up to 7 years and expensive fines. If you have been charged with Felony Check Fraud, you need an experienced St. Louis Defense Attorney to represent you. If you are convicted, you risk permanent damage to your record and possible difficulty finding a job. Don’t risk your future, get represented now.
Source: fox2now.com, “Former daycare operator faces felony charges,” March 18, 2014.