The potential consequences of a conviction include potential jail or prison, license suspension, an arrest record and conviction that may be on your record for life. Depending on your record you may be eligible for different programs that may result in the charges being dismissed or probation.
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Orlando defense lawyer Corey I. Cohen can help you understand your legal options and support you through the process. As a former prosecutor and public defender in Florida, Mr. Cohen knows how the prosecution works, which gives him knowledgeable insights into how to structure a case to defend your rights against any grand theft auto charge. He has helped hundreds of first-time offenders obtain probation or a reduction in the charges through negotiation and alternative sentencing measures such as counseling, community service and driver's education.
In Florida, grand theft auto occurs when a criminal defendant does the following:
1. Knowingly and unlawfully obtains, uses, or endeavors to obtain or use the alleged victim's vehicle or automobile, and
2. Has the intent to:
(a) Deprive the victim of the vehicle or automobile or benefit from it or
(b) Appropriate the vehicle or automobile for his own use or another person's use that is not entitled to it.
Grand theft auto is a felony charge. As a felony, grand theft auto could result in incarceration. If you are charged with grand theft auto in Orange County or Seminole County, contact a defense attorney. At The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen, we understand the seriousness of this charge and will work hard to protect you.
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There are many different defenses to grand theft, and it is important to speak with an attorney about your case. At The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen, we will take the time to speak with you about your case and explore all possible defenses you may have
For more information on how our attorney can successfully defend your grand theft auto case please call Corey Cohen at 407-246-0066, or you may email us or contact us online for more information and to schedule a free consultation by phone or in person.