If you are facing larceny charges in Northville Michigan then you need to call larceny defense lawyer, Aaron J. Boria (734) 453-7806. Aaron J. Boria has obtained countless reductions on larceny charges, dismissals, and even obtained multiple Not Guilty jury verdicts
Retail fraud is a serious criminal offense that carries the possibility of jail and hefty fines. A retail fraud conviction is a crime of moral turpitude, which means it can have a negative impact on your ability to get a job and
Our client was young and made the immature decision to succumb to peer pressure and steal a cheap $12 pair of earrings from 12 Oaks Mall in Novi. She was caught red handed and taken into custody by security where
Facing criminal charges for a theft offense? Michigan criminal lawyer, Aaron J. Boria fights for his clients and gets results, call (734) 453-7806. In Michigan, a person cannot be charged with both retail fraud and larceny from a building in the
Last week a Canton Jury returned a verdict of Not Guilty at the 35th District Court. A local Canton citizen was arrested and charged with Larceny. He knew he wasn't guilty and he hired the right lawyer, Aaron J. Boria.
Our client came to us after being Show Caused for a violation of probation at the 16 District Court in Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan. The allegation against her was that she failed a drug test on two occasions. She had
Our client was charged with a 5-year felony for Organized Retail Fraud, Retail Fraud Second, and Driving While License Suspended. The result after Boria Law was hired – felony dismissed, driving on suspended license dismissed, 1 year probation for the
Kids don’t always make the best choices; in fact sometimes kids make bad choices like stealing, shoplifting, or retail fraud. A criminal conviction can haunt someone for the rest of his or her life. Having a theft crime on your
In our most recent case, our client was charged with Retail Fraud in the Second Degree, a criminal misdemeanor in the State of Michigan. She was facing up to a year in the Oakland County Jail and $2,000.00 in fines.