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    Theft and Fraud Lawyer

    Not all law firms are the same! Where most Criminal Defense Attorneys work alone, the Ambrose Law Group has a staff of trial lawyers to investigate, prepare, and defend you at trial! The lawyers of the Ambrose Law Group are graduates of the National Criminal Defense CollegeThe Western Trial Advocacy Institute, and Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyer’s College.

    We engage in full discovery of every case. We cannot advise you on the best course of action until we know everything about your case. When we are hired, we immediately demand the police reports, in-car videos, and booking videos before the police have an opportunity to destroy them. Only reviewing the police reports and videos can we advise you on how to best resolve your case.

    You may have defenses that other lawyers will not find for you. You should not simply walk into court and plead guilty without first having your case evaluated by a skilled, knowledgeable, and trial-tested lawyer. Not all cases are defendable, but all situations are explainable. It only makes sense to know all of your options before making a decision that will affect the rest of your life.

    The problem is that we rarely hear about the person whose case should have never been filed. Sure, we hear about the major cases involving murder and rape convictions, but there are also countless numbers of people whose lives are affected by false allegations of theft. Just think of your own mindset at different phases in your life. When we are kids, we have the idea that a person who is handcuffed on TV must have done something bad. Sadly, many people do not grow out that misconception, no matter how many stories of injustice they are exposed to.

    MAKE NO MISTAKE. THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM MAY NEVER GROW OUT OF THE OLD IDEA THAT YOU MUST HAVE DONE SOMETHING WRONG. DOCKETS ARE FULL AND JUDGES DO NOT MAKE THE TIME TO REVIEW EACH CASE. EITHER WAY, IT IS YOUR LIFE AND LIBERTY AT STAKE.

    CONVICTIONS ARE PERMANENT

    Far too many defendants feel the pressure to just “end the case” by entering a plea of Guilty or No Contest. They feel it was fair, since they sometimes walk away simply paying a fine and avoid any kind of probation. Remember– there are massive consequences to having a theft conviction on your record:

    • SCHOOL Your ability to receive federal aid in the form of student loans may be affected by a conviction.

    • WORK Employers find it difficult to hire someone who they think might steal from their business. Do not think that you will be able to explain away the facts of your case to a prospective employer. They know nothing about you, and will probably choose to hire the next applicant in line.

    • COURTS Your own credibility is affected when testifying in court on many matters if you have a conviction for theft, otherwise referred to as a previous crime involving dishonesty. The result is that you may have to make a tough decision to avoid taking the stand should any future criminal allegations arise.

    • FAMILY Many times someone’s past will revisit them when family issues arise. It could be a custody issue, an application to adopt a child, or a request to become a foster parent.

      Theft crimes include a broad range of crimes, ranging from shoplifting to car theft to bank robbery.  In the end, they all boil down to situations where one person takes property that does not belong to him or her.

      THEFT INCLUDES A LARGE RANGE OF CRIMES

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