St. Augustine, Florida, Theft and Burglary Defense Lawyer
Mowrey, Shoemaker, Beardsley, PL. has helped numerous Florida residents fight their theft and burglary charges. Attorney Terry Shoemaker handled theft and burglary jury trials as an Assistant State Attorney. He served on the felony trial division of the Seventh Judicial Circuit, and now defends people facing theft and burglary charges in private practice.
In addition to theft and burglary charges, we defend individuals accused of robbery, dealing in stolen property, grand theft of a motor vehicle, embezzlement, armed robbery, strong-arm robbery, robbery by sudden snatching, fraud, wire and mail fraud, and Internet fraud. Recent cases include:
Our client was accused of stealing over $60,000 from her church. She faced grand theft charges and a potential 15-year prison sentence. Our office
succeeded in having the charges reflect a lower stolen amount of money, and persuaded our client to make restitution payments on the new amount. She received a sentence of 10 years probation, which may be reduced to five years.
Our clients were accused of breaking into a federal landmark. We argued that our clients were not hardened criminals and were, instead, engaged in reckless behavior that got out of hand. The State of Florida dropped its charges and federal authorities offered a pretrial intervention. All charges dropped.
If you face burglary, theft or related charges, we can help. The Law Offices of Mowrey, Shoemaker, Beardsley offers experienced defense against all charges involving stolen property.
If you have questions regarding sex offense charges, including sexual assault, call us. We accept credit cards and charge affordable rates. We are available for evening and weekend appointments and offer free initial consultations. Our offices are located in St. Augustine. Contact us today.