Secaucus, NJ resident the victim of Theft of Moveable Property

Secaucus Theft Defense Attorneys

The penalties one faces for being convicted of theft of moveable property in Secaucus, New Jersey will depend directly on the dollar amount of the item in question. If a Defendant is accused of stealing an item valued at less than $200 they will be facing a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor). If they are accused of stealing an item valued at more than $200 but less than $500 they will be charged with a fourth degree felony, if the value of the item was more than $500 but less than $75,000 they will be charged with a third degree felony and if the value of the item in question was worth more than $75,000 then they will be charged with a second degree felony. For more information on the offense of theft of moveable property in Secaucus, NJ, please click the link. The Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall is an experienced Secaucus, NJ criminal defense firm. We have over 100 years of combined experience on staff, including over twenty-five years of prior prosecuting experience. If you or someone you know is facing a theft charged in Hudson County and would like a free initial consultation, please contact our Jersey City office at (201) 309-1800. Now here is an example of a Defendant who will be charged with theft, if they ever find out his identity.

Secaucus NJ Resident Vehicle Stolen during Test Drive

According to the initial reports, a Secaucus resident was attempting to sell her 1997 Chevy Tahoe on Craiglist when an apparent potential buyer failed to return the vehicle. Apparently, a potential buyer responded to the women’s craigslist add. While showing the potential buyer (suspect) the vehicle, the owner claims she must have left the keys in the vehicle. It is unclear of what happens next but it appears that while the women’s back was turned the suspect entered the driver’s seat and took off in the vehicle and never came back.

The Secaucus police have announced that the vehicle was recovered in Newark, New Jersey just a few hours later. The suspect, if caught, will most likely be charged with theft of moveable property in the third degree, theft by deception in the third degree and joyriding in the fourth degree. If you or someone you know has been charged with a criminal offense in the township of Secaucus and would like to speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney about your options, please contact our Jersey City office directly at (201) 309-1800. Our criminal defense lawyers are available 24/7 to answer any questions you might have.