If you have been accused of a theft or property crime in Massachusetts, you need to take legal action in your defense as soon as possible. It is the responsibility of the prosecution to prove that you are guilty of the crime of which you are accused, and the more time you spend not preparing a legal defense, the less prepared you may be for the case that the prosecution prepares against you.
Our law firm has more than 25 years of experience handling criminal defense cases, including accusations of theft and property crimes. These years of experience can be crucial to helping you prove your innocence or have your sentences reduced when the odds seem stacked against you. Regardless of how dire things may seem, it is important to remember that your guilt must be proven, which means that any case is defensible.
When it comes to theft and property crimes, there are many different options that the accused can use in his or her defense. Arguably the most solid defense is a concrete alibi explaining where you were and what you were doing at the time of the crime. Unfortunately, not everyone is capable of providing such an alibi. You may have been sitting alone at your house watching television, and nobody can prove that you were or were not doing just that.
We pride ourselves on offering exceptional avenues of communication with our clients, so that you never feel alone or unassisted while you are accused. Even clients who are imprisoned can expect visits from our representatives to help ensure that we build the strongest case possible in defense of our clients. Visit our website to learn more about how we approach criminal defense from theft and property crimes in Massachusetts.