An experienced criminal lawyer can help you with allegations of theft. This video will provide expert tips for winning the case of theft.
In the first place, you have to show that the accused theft thief isn’t the one who is accusing you. The prosecutor has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you’re not the offender. The prosecutor can’t prove there is any doubt.
The prosecutor also has to prove the intention of your actions was to deprive the victim of their property. There is a way to avoid prosecution using the defense of “borrowed”. If your intention was to borrow the property before returning it and then return it, there’s no need before the prosecutor.
The prosecutor also has to prove that you took possession of the property without permission from the owner. You are not guilty of theft with the consent of the owner to you having the property. If there’s any doubt as to your consent, you’ll find yourself not guilty.
Any evidence wrongfully acquired by police officers can be excluded as evidence. Lawyers with experience can assist you with your legal rights under the 4th and 5th Amendments in order to remove any evidence that isn’t admissible.
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