Wayne Shoplifting Lawyer
The New Jersey economy relies heavily on retail sales. As a result, shoplifting and theft crimes are prosecuted vigorously and carry serious penalties, including incarceration, substantial fines and community service. If you have been charged with a theft crime, you need an experienced lawyer on your side.
My name is Susan C. Cassell, Esq., and I have been practicing law for more than 20 years, including several years as a municipal and federal prosecutor. People throughout Bergen County and northern New Jersey count on me for aggressive defense against shoplifting and theft charges. To discuss your case with me in a free consultation, call 201-445-3894 or contact me online.
Aggressive Representation in Theft Cases
Theft crimes can range from municipal offenses such as shoplifting to more serious charges such as auto theft. A theft conviction can have a negative impact on many aspects of your life, including your finances, future and reputation. You do not want to fight these charges on your own.
Look to me for aggressive representation in a wide range of theft charges, including:
- Theft, petty theft and shoplifting
- Fraud and theft by deception
- Receipt of stolen goods
- Credit card theft
- Internet fraud or identity theft
- White collar crimes
- Grand theft
- Burglary, robbery, armed robbery or bank robbery
- Retail fraud
My experience as a prosecutor gives me a unique perspective into how theft cases are handled by the prosecution. I will put this knowledge and experience to work for you to get the charges against you reduced or dropped. I will provide you with an accurate picture of what you can expect at each stage of the criminal proceedings and keep in close communication with you throughout your case.
Contact a Hackensack Theft Attorney for a Free Consultation
Call 201-445-3894 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation. I am usually available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for initial and emergency consultations, and I can meet with you in a variety of convenient locations, including the Bergen County Courthouse and in jails.