Theft offenses are considered a crime of moral turpitude — a reflection on your character. If you are convicted of stealing from an employer, that could affect your future, including job opportunities.
If you are charged with theft involving your employer, it is time to contact an attorney to discuss your case and your options. There may be opportunities to avoid or mitigate the damage. Bentley, Gibson, Kopecki, Smith, P.C., provides the experienced and committed representation you need to answer charges of embezzlement or employee theft.
Accused Of Stealing From An Employer?
We handle all levels of employment-related theft, including:
- Embezzlement from company funds (e.g., cash accounts)
- Accounting fraud
- Self-dealing (writing checks to oneself on employer accounts)
- Breach of fiduciary duty (e.g., misuse of client funds)
- Theft of merchandise or property
- Theft of services
We will explore possible defenses. We will assert mitigating factors such as a financial crisis fueled by a drug or gambling addiction. We can explore mitigating circumstances. We will explore remedies such as restitution to avoid prosecution or alleviate the punishment. And we can explore alternative sentencing options such as accelerated rehabilitative disposition that result in dismissal of charges if you comply with all conditions of the court.
Contact Our Experienced Attorneys
There may be consequences, but we are confident that we can try to improve the outcome and limit the impact on your freedom, your family and your future. Call us at (610) 685-8000, or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.