Paul Robinson Solicitors have provided fast and accurate legal advice on all Theft matters for over 30 years. Anyone facing a theft charge would benefit from our specialist advice as soon as possible.
Theft crimes involve unlawfully taking the property from another with the intention to keep it permanently. The type of sentencing varies depending on the type of theft offences. There are multiple types of theft, which include:
Robbery is a more serious type of theft that generally involves the use of force, meaning violence is often used.
Shoplifting differs slightly from other forms of theft as it relates to taking goods from a shop, rather than from a person where there was no intent to attempt to pay for the items.
Burglary is another serious theft offence; it typically involves a property being broken into with the intent to steal from it or cause criminal damage.