People are falsely accused of many different offenses, from assault to traffic violations. However, some can be especially frustrating, such as false allegations of theft. There are many different reasons why someone may wrongly accuse another person of stealing from them. In some cases, the allegations may be an attempt to get even or bring the person down, while others may be the result of someone falsely believing that a particular individual stole from them (when it was actually someone else). In Charlotte, and across North Carolina, it is essential for those who have been wrongly accused of theft to immediately review relevant legal considerations and protect their rights.

False allegations of theft may arise after an employer (or former employer) accuses a worker of stealing property. Or, a homeowner may believe that their neighbor stole something from them when really it was another person altogether. Theft allegations may involve relatively small amounts of property or significant assets, but these charges can be incredibly stressful for someone who has been falsely accused either way.

If you have been accused of stealing something and you are innocent, you may be worried about your reputation and how these completely false allegations could impact your career in the months and years to come. During such a difficult time, you should do everything in your ability to defend yourself and make sure that the truth is brought out. We understand how difficult this can be due to the harsh stigma that comes with theft charges.