Attorney Deck Obtains Not Guilty Verdict for Class A Theft Case

The Law office of Ryan H. Deck recently represented a client who had been accused of theft. L.R. had been suspected of having left a clothing store dressing room while wearing pants from the store she hadn’t purchased under her own and concealing boots under her jacket which had had the hard tags ripped off and attempting to leave the store. The client had been charged with Class A theft, a misdemeanor, which carries up to one year in jail and/or up to $4,000 in fines.

Attorney Deck contended that the investigation was substandard since law enforcement were unable to produce the stolen items in question. Neither were they able to find the hard tags or the surveillance video to charge the client. Attorney Deck was able to use cross examination to uncover discrepancies in the testimonies of two of the store’s employees.

The client was found not guilty thanks to Attorney Deck’s representation.

When you need aggressive legal advocacy after being accused of a crime, call on The Law Office of Ryan H. Deck for experienced counsel right away. Reach out to the firm by completing a free online case evaluation and speak with us today.

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