A person can be charged with Dealing in Stolen Property when they traffic or attempt to traffic in property that they know or should have known to be stolen. It is a second degree felony punishable by up to 15 years in Florida State Prison. If someone initiates, organizes, plans, finances, directs, manages, or supervises the theft and then traffics in the stolen property they can be charged with Dealing in Stolen Property as a first degree felony, punishable by up to 30 years in Florida State Prison.
In addition to the presumptive penalties, Dealing in Stolen Property can be taken by anyone who runs a background check as a violation of trust or a crime of untruthfulness. Whether you were arrested for Dealing in Stolen Property due to a mistake you made, a false accusation, or a misunderstanding, it is vital you protect your rights and your future with a strong defense strategy. A skilled and experienced defense lawyer can fight to protect your rights and work toward a favorable outcome in your Dealing in Stolen Property Case.
Call 954-740-0502 today to set up your free consultation with former prosecutor Jason Seidman. He can use his background as a former prosecutor to evaluate and explain the strengths and weaknesses of the charges against you and together you can come up with a course of action that will end in the best result possible for you.