SHOPLIFTING: also called theft is the most commonly prosecuted
crime in the United States. Whether you left a store and forgot to pay for
something or even if a lapse in judgment found you with a stolen item I
can help you reduce or eliminate the penalties you face. Your not alone
even celebrity's shoplift
Sometimes in life we do things we later regret. When money is tight and
you or your family have needs it can push you to do things you normally
wouldn't even consider. Or maybe you just acted on a impulse or peer
pressure from a friend. After the fact it is easy to recognize what
happened was wrong. Unfortunately, without an experienced criminal
shoplifting defense attorney on your side, the court may simply think you
did it purposely.
Just because you are facing a shoplifting charge, doesn’t mean you
deserve to be punished harshly and treated like a criminal. The facts
are that 1 out of every 48 people who shoplift get caught shoplifting, the
higher the value of the item stolen the more likely you are to get caught.
Only approximately 10% of all shoplifters who are caught are arrested and
charged with shoplifting and given a court date. It is estimated that the
average amount shoplifted is under $10.00 but due to the lack of arrest
statistics on offenses under $10.00, this number can only be estimated.
Because of my extensive criminal defense experience in shoplifting cases
I know how to reduce or eliminate the penalties you face. I will give your
case the attention it deserves. My clients travel to my office from as far
away as California and as close as Jersey City, NJ. Let my firm help you
win or downgrade your case. Call now for a free consultation , the sooner
you call the more defenses we can prepare and the more I can do to help.
|H. SCOTT AALSBERG, ESQ., P.C.
"The Shoplifters Attorney"
39 Milltown Road, East Brunswick, N.J. 08816
1028 Route #23 North, Wayne, N.J. 07470
1-800-9-RIGHTS or (732) 257-5040
"When You Need The Best Shoplifting Defense"
|Helping Shoplifters Get
Not Guilty Verdicts For Over 20 Years