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Franklin Theft Lawyer

Nearly a Decade of Award-Winning Representation throughout Nashville

Stealing can take many forms, from petty theft to armed robbery to embezzlement. A conviction or even a mere charge of such crimes can seriously damage your reputation and make it difficult to find a job or obtain certain professional licenses. From the smallest act of shoplifting to multimillion-dollar fraud cases, Larsen Law PLLC can help you prepare a strong defense. Whether or not you were involved in the crime, you must prove your innocence in court. Call our Franklin criminal defense lawyer today for a free consultation.

Get started planning your defense right away. Dial (615) 933-2454 now or contact a Franklin theft attorney from Larsen Law PLLC online.

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    Theft & Other Nonviolent Property Crimes

    Even if you have committed an unlawful act, that doesn't mean there's nothing you can do. We can work with you to fight for reduced charges or a reduced sentence. Attorney Eric Larsen represents individuals in Franklin and throughout Williamson, Rutherford, and Maury counties in Tennessee who have been charged with theft-related crimes.

    What are the Penalties for Theft in Tennessee?

    Punishment for theft can vary widely depending on the value of the stolen property. In Tennessee, anything under $1,000 is a misdemeanor, while theft over $1,000 qualifies as felony larceny. In general, one's sentence increases based on the amount stolen, so the theft of $500 will often lead to harsher punishment than the theft of $300.

    What is Burglary?

    Burglary is the act of illegally entering a building for the purpose of committing a crime. Usually this means stealing something inside, but the term also applies to other crimes. The Franklin theft lawyers from Larsen Law PLLC also handle vandalism cases in which property has been damaged or defaced.

    What is Robbery?

    Robbery is the act of theft plus violence or the threat of violence, and the penalties are harsher than for nonviolent theft. Armed robbery is an even more serious offense.

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    • "He's very professional and I feel blessed that he was fighting for us."
      Eric Larsen is the best criminal lawyer to have fighting for you. My daughter got in trouble and I hired Mr. Larsen to defend her. He was able to get her the best deal possible. He's very professional and I feel blessed that he was fighting for us. I highly recommend him if you need a criminal lawyer.
      - Karen
    • Eric put his trust in me when all others would not. He had my best interests at heart throughout the entire process.
      - Former Client
    • I would not hesitate to contact him again if ever needed. Larsen for President 2020!
      - Mandy
    • He’s a good man! He kept me free with my daughter and I can’t thank him enough!
      - Kierria