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Gilroy & Napoli, LLC and Short Law Group, P.C. have merged to form Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group LLP.
Theft, Burglary, and Shoplifting

Theft, Burglary, and Shoplifting

Criminal Defense: Theft, Burglary, and Shoplifting

If you or someone you love has been arrested for theft, burglary, or shoplifting, chances are you are worried sick about what the future might hold. Consequences can include conviction and jail time, fines, or probation. Finding a future employer to trust and hire someone with a criminal record may prove difficult. When such adverse consequences hang in the balance, it’s critically important that you find an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can provide you matter-of-fact advice and develop a coherent and aggressive defense strategy.

John Gilroy and Jeff Napoli have more than 25 years combined experience in the criminal courts of Oregon. As former prosecutors, they have first-hand experience in how the State of Oregon prosecutes felony and misdemeanor cases involving burglary, theft, and shoplifting. As defense attorneys, they have handled hundreds of cases involving criminal charges and have helped people just like you who are facing an uncertain future. If you need legal representation for a burglary, theft, or shoplifting charge, call the attorneys at Gilroy & Napoli to schedule an interview (503-620-9887).

Providing an Aggressive Defense Against Felony and Misdemeanor Theft, Burglary, and Shoplifting Charges

When you call Gilroy & Napoli, you will speak to an attorney directly. They will listen to you and then tell you in no uncertain terms how your case stacks up. If you chose to retain their services, they will tell you what the best course of action to take are and defend your rights aggressively.

The attorneys at Gilroy and Napoli take on felony and misdemeanor cases involving the following:

  • Theft
  • Burglary
  • Criminal Trespass
  • Shoplifting

Contact an Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer in Portland

When you become a client of Gilroy & Napoli, your case will receive our attorneys’ upmost attention. They understand the ramifications of the charges against you and the emotional toll it is taking on you and your loved ones. With their years of experience in the courtroom, including work as former deputy district attorneys in Washington County, Oregon, the defense attorneys at Gilroy & Napoli know how the criminal law process works and the best defense strategies to employ in cases involving burglary, theft, or shoplifting.

To talk to one of our defense lawyers, contact Gilroy & Napoli at 503-620-9887 to schedule an interview about your case.

More Information About Oregon Theft and Burglary Offenses and Penalties

Chapter 164 of the Oregon Revised Statutes (“Offenses Against Property”) outlines the crimes and penalties related to theft, burglary and related offenses, including:

Theft and Related Offenses

  • 164.015:   "Theft" described
  • 164.025:   Consolidation of theft offenses; pleading and proof
  • 164.035:   Defenses to theft
  • 164.043:   Theft in the third degree
  • 164.045:   Theft in the second degree
  • 164.055:   Theft in the first degree
  • 164.057:   Aggravated theft in the first degree
  • 164.061:   Sentence for aggravated theft in the first degree when victim 65 years of age or older
  • 164.063:   Disproportionate impact
  • 164.065:   Theft of lost, mislaid property
  • 164.075:   Theft by extortion
  • 164.085:   Theft by deception
  • 164.095:   Theft by receiving
  • 164.098:   Organized retail theft
  • 164.105:   Right of possession
  • 164.115:   Value of property
  • 164.125:   Theft of services
  • 164.130:   Application of ORS 164.125 to telephone or telegraph services; jurisdiction
  • 164.132:   Unlawful distribution of cable television equipment
  • 164.135:   Unauthorized use of a vehicle
  • 164.138:   Criminal possession of a rented or leased motor vehicle
  • 164.140:   Criminal possession of rented or leased personal property

Mail-Related Offenses

  • 164.160:   Definitions
  • 164.162:   Mail theft or receipt of stolen mail
  • 164.164:   Defense in prosecution under ORS 164.162; applicability of ORS 164.162

Money Laundering

  • 164.170:   Laundering a monetary instrument
  • 164.172:   Engaging in a financial transaction in property derived from unlawful activity
  • 164.174:   Exceptions

Burglary and Criminal Trespass

  • 164.205:   Definitions for ORS 164.205 to 164.270
  • 164.215:   Burglary in the second degree
  • 164.225:   Burglary in the first degree
  • 164.235:   Possession of a burglary tool or theft device
  • 164.243:   Criminal trespass in the second degree by a guest
  • 164.245:   Criminal trespass in the second degree
  • 164.255:   Criminal trespass in the first degree
  • 164.265:   Criminal trespass while in possession of a firearm
  • 164.270:   Closure of premises to motor-propelled vehicles
  • 164.272:   Unlawful entry into a motor vehicle
  • 164.274:   Definitions for ORS 164.276 and 164.278
  • 164.276:   Authority of sports official to expel persons from sports event
  • 164.278:   Criminal trespass at a sports event

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