Theft is often considered by some to be a minor offense.  However, theft crimes include; embezzlement, identity theft, credit card fraud, misdemeanor theft, felony theft and even receiving stolen property.  A theft conviction can have a lasting impact on one’s reputation and ability to gain employment.  Like all of our cases, we take pride in tailoring our defense to the facts surrounding your case.  With all crimes, the district attorney has to prove all elements of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt.  Our legal team will meet with you one-on-one and take the time to hear your side of the story.  We will use the information you provide us and compare it to the elements required to prove the crime.  Once we meet with you, we will then begin building our defense and meeting with the district attorney.  We are often able to get theft cases dismissed simply because the facts do not meet the required elements to prove the crime.

Our firm has also resolved cases through alternate measures.  We find a lot of times that thefts are committed to fuel certain addictions.  We have had many clients furloughed out to rehab facilities to address any underlying issues.  Once our clients complete the rehab program, we have been able to either get the charge dismissed or reduced to a lesser offense.

Our firm has handled numerous theft cases.  If you have been charged with Theft, contact Parker and Pugh immediately for your free consultation.  We think you will be pleased with the time and attention our attorneys will spend meeting with you and preparing for your case.  No matter the circumstances of your case, our attorneys are ready to defend you with the utmost respect and determination.

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Parker & Pugh, PLLC
118 Franklin St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
Office – (931) 551-4403



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Parker & Pugh, PLLC

Parker & Pugh, PLLC

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