Been Caught Stealing From Best Buy
With multiple locations in Orlando, Florida and stores in Orange, Brevard, Seminole, Osceola, and Lake County, Best Buy has become one of the largest commercial electronic superstores here in the State of Florida. Getting caught stealing or being charged with theft from Best Buy is a serious offense. Petty theft or grand theft offenses from Best Buy can result in serious consequences to your career, schooling, or future, and can have devastating implications for your family life. If you are not a United States Citizen, shoplifting from Best Buy can sometimes result in deportation from the United States of America back to countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, England, and Portugal among many other countries.
Best Buy employs the latest security surveillance procedures and a dedicated loss prevention force to carefully monitor their stores for alleged fraud, theft, and shoplifting. With the United States economy in a major downturn, the temptation to steal grows stronger among our citizens and tourists alike and Best Buy is vigilantly pursuing people who are caught stealing such items as electronics, DVDs, CDs, MP3 players, iPods, computers among other merchandise from their stores by calling the police and getting law enforcement involved.
At the Umansky Law firm, we believe that anyone can make a mistake. If you or a loved one is caught committing a theft or shoplifting crime in Central Florida, please give our attorneys a call today. Most of our criminal defense attorneys are former prosecutors who have vast experience in prosecuting theft charges and now defend people who have been charged with the crime of theft. Call our office for a free consultation where our lawyers can discuss your rights, the legal strategies that may be employed to help you, and to go over the potential penalties that you or a loved one may be facing as a result of a petit or grand theft charge from Best Buy. If you prefer, fill out the contact sheet on this page to email us and we will be more than happy to get back to you with legal advice.
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