Robbery and Theft Attorney

Top Racine Robbery and Theft Attorney

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We specialize as Racine's top robbery and theft defense attorneys. 

Robbery and theft are the primary class of "property crime." We practice as defense attorneys in the following property crime cases:

  • Theft from automobile, theft from person, theft from building or dwelling
  • Burglary, robbery, armed robbery, criminal damage to property
  • Fraud, identity theft, welfare fraud, tax evasion, theft from employer, white collar crime
  • Take and drive a vehicle without permission (OMVWOC)

With most property crimes, hiring an aggressive defense attorney is the first step to resolving the case without a criminal conviction, or with the least consequences. 

Being a robbery and theft attorney requires substantial investigation and litigation. Here is a list of some of the many steps that we can take in defending a client from property crime charges: 

  • We can challenge the ownership of the property: was the property the complainant's in the first place? Does our client have a claim to the property?
  • We can challenge the value of the property: was the property really worth over $500? Who made the valuation and how did they make the valuation? 
  • We can challenge whether our client's actually took or damaged the property - this is especially important in theft from employer cases;
  • We can review business records, surveillance videos, and other physical evidence. This is especially vital in white-collar crime or theft-from-employer cases;
  • We can interview witnesses and carefully examine written statements;
  • We can determine whether the complainant wants our client convicted at all. Sometimes all a complainant wants is their money or property returned;
  • We can defend property crimes at trial - we have successfully argued for acquittals in many jury trials, as recent as a theft from employer case in early January of 2019!
“I hired Attorney Dimmer after I was charged with battery and disorderly conduct. He negotiated a deferred judgment…”
— State v. T.K. (13 CM 530)
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We offer free consultations to potential clients who contact our office. Whether by phone, by email, or in person, we are happy to speak with persons who believe that might be in need of an attorney, especially a criminal defense attorney.

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(262) 649-1263 (Call/Text)

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308 Sixth Street
Racine, WI 53403