Waukesha Identity Theft Lawyers
Theft, Burglary and Property Crime Defense Attorneys
At Huppertz and Powers we are your Waukesha Identity Theft Lawyers. If you are facing charges of theft or another property crime, do not try to handle it by yourself. An experienced defense lawyer can use many strategies to protect your freedom and help you avoid jail time.
At Huppertz & Powers, S.C., our Wisconsin lawyers have more than 40 combined years of experience helping people accused of all kinds of property crimes in Wisconsin, from identity theft to shoplifting. The first meeting is on us.
Types of Property Crimes
A “property crime” is any crime that involves taking or using other people’s property against their wishes. In Wisconsin, identity theft is rapidly becoming one of the most common property crimes. Our lawyers can help people accused of the following property and theft crimes:
- Theft: Taking others’ property without their permission.
- Burglary: Entering someone’s house or business intending to commit theft or some other crime.
- Shoplifting: The law also calls shoplifting “retail theft.”
- Car theft
- Armed robbery
There are many strategies our attorneys can use to help someone facing an arrest or property crime charge. Even if our client cannot argue a convincing case of innocence, we can make restitution to the alleged victim, which may reduce punishments to a fine. We can also plead a noncriminal offense and gather evidence toward a dismissal of all charges.
Call us at 262-549-5979 or contact our attorneys through email to set up a free meeting. You can also speed up the process by filling out our criminal defense intake form. All later fees can be paid with a credit card, and we have evening and weekend appointments available.
Waukesha Shoplifting Law Lawyer
Wisconsin Identity Theft Attorney
Wisconsin identity theft attorney providing identity theft defense, shoplifting law, burglary charges, armed robbery defense arrest, and crime defense legal services to clients throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
We practice in Waukesha, Milwaukee, Washington, Jefferson and Walworth counties.