Theft Defense Lawyers in Jersey City, New Jersey
The team of theft defense lawyers on staff at the Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall have the experience and skill set required to successfully defend your rights. The offense of theft in New Jersey can be either a second, third, fourth degree felony or even a disorderly persons offense (misdemeanor). What will separate a second degree felony from a disorderly persons offense is the value of the items in question. For more information on the offense of theft, including applicable penalties if convicted, please checkout our Jersey City, theft practice series by clicking the link. In addition, if you would like to discuss your matter with any one of your eight Jersey City, New Jersey theft defense attorneys on staff at the Law Office of Jonathan F. Marshall, please contact our Jersey City office at (201) 309-1800. Now here is a recent article about theft charges out of Jersey City, New Jersey.
ATM Machine Stolen out of Jersey City Checkers
The Jersey City Police are investigating a stolen ATM machine from a Checkers restaurant late Wednesday night. According to the reports released so far, the suspect(s) shattered the front door of a Checkers restaurant and stole the entire ATM machine, not just the cash inside of it. It wasn’t until the manager reported to work in the morning that the theft was discovered.
According to the owner, he believed there was $5,980 in cash inside the ATM. In addition, the ATM machine has been valued at $1,500. Therefore, if the suspects are ever caught, they will be charged with theft in the third degree based on the dollar amount being more than $500 but less than $75,000. In addition, they will also be charged with criminal mischief in the third degree as well as burglary in the third degree. If you or someone you know has been charged with a criminal offense in Jersey City, we can help. If you would like to discuss your options with any one of the eight Jersey City theft defense attorneys, please contact our Jersey City office at (201) 309-1800.