Grand
Theft

The state of Florida defines grand theft as the theft (or attempted theft) of items with a total value of more than $300. If the items stolen are valued at less than $300, the defendant is charged with petit theft instead. The difference in these charges is significant as the latter is a misdemeanor charge while the former is a felony charge. Any person charged with grand theft has the right to a vigorous defense and we would love to provide that for you.

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