In Florida, a theft or fraud crime is considered to be a crime of “moral turpitude”. This means that a conviction for any of these crimes is a stamp on your reputation that you are “dishonest” and it can be used against you in the future in civil or criminal litigation, for educational or work opportunities, for licensing or military service, and even for housing among other things.
A conviction for one of the crimes below will affect every single aspect and area of your life. Do not take a charge for theft or fraud lightly.
Luckily, Parikh Law, P.A. has represented countless individuals on charges ranging from petit theft to racketeering. We know how to defend you. Give us a call at 321-558-2704.