Actually, if fully clothed, you should probably not commit a theft offense either.
If you have been charged with theft, even if it is just a small item and you think it’s no big deal and should just plead guilty, think again. A theft conviction is a criminal offense. A criminal offense will stay on your record for the rest of your life. A theft conviction will come up on any background check for future employers. A theft conviction will indicate untrustworthiness and make it extremely difficult, if not impossible for you to get a job and keep one. Bottom line, a theft offense needs to be fought by an experienced criminal defense attorney so you can try to avoid having it on your record for the rest of your life.
Attorney Dan Sabol has successfully represented hundreds of people charged with theft offenses and has been able to keep theft convictions off their records. If you are charged with a theft offense, make sure you contact attorney Dan Sabol to discuss your case and explore your options. All initial consultations are free of charge.
This blog post inspired by a recent news story of a naked Pennsylvania man stealing socks at Walmart.