What should I do if I'm accused of shoplifting in GA.?
Shoplifting in Georgia is defined as removing merchandise from a retail establishment without paying for it. Shoplifting is also defined as changing price tags or hiding items in another container.
If you are accused of taking less than $300 in merchandise from a retail establishment, you can be charged with the criminal misdemeanor shoplifting. If you are accused of removing more than $300 of merchandise from the retail establishment, you can be charged with felony shoplifting.
These are serious criminal charges and require specialized legal help.
If you have been accused of shoplifting in Georgia,
call the Alpharetta, GA. shoplifting defense attorney Scott Miller for a free consultation.
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