Any time an employee has access to the funds or assets of an employer or organization, he or she has the responsibility for their appropriate use. Any mistake or impropriety can result in a business theft or embezzlement charge. Because an alleged loss of just $500 results in a felony, the stakes are high at the outset. To make matters even more serious, professionals may face loss of licensure for a conviction, resulting in professional catastrophe.
Because of the legal and collateral consequences of a business theft charge, reaching out to an experienced lawyer is nearly always the correct decision for protecting your rights and reaching an ideal outcome.
Denver Employee Theft Attorney
- In more than 30 years of practice in complex criminal defense, I have represented clients across various vocations charged with employee theft, including:
- College students
- These charges have come from institutions including:
- Nonprofit organizations
- Business owners and employees
- Large corporations
- Municipal organizations
Because I am able to reach out to sophisticated forensic experts, they undertake the serious discovery these cases require. Based on this research, I am often able to go through any and all documents to locate exculpatory evidence that aids in dismissal and/or reduction in the charges and penalties.
This kind of comprehensive and decisive approach to defense requires immediate action. If you have been charged or suspect you are being investigated for employee theft, I encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible.
To schedule a free confidential consultation to discuss embezzlement defense with Denver business theft attorney David Lindsey, call 303-228-2270 or email David Lindsey, Attorney at Law.