Kenilworth Shoplifting Lawyer
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In New Jersey, a shoplifting offense can include:
The penalties for shoplifting are determined by the total value of the merchandise. The following chart outlines the penalties for shoplifting:
Merchandise ValueImprisonmentFineType of Offense$75,000 or more5 – 10 yearsUp to $150,0002nd DegreeOver $500 and less than $75,0003 – 5 yearsUp to $150,0003rd Degree$200 to $500Up to 18 monthsUp to $10,0004th DegreeLess than $200Up to 6 monthsUp to $1,000Disorderly Persons
If you are arrested for shoplifting in Kenilworth, you will either be tried in Kenilworth Municipal Court or the Union County Superior Court. Arrests for shoplifting merchandise valued at less that $200 are tried in the Kenilworth Municipal Court, whereas all other shoplifting offenses are tried at Union County Superior Court. Kenilworth Municipal Court is located at 567 Boulevard. The Honorable Thomas A. Vitale presides over the court. Union County Superior Court is located at 2 Broad Street in Elizabeth.
The law firm of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC regularly represents individuals who have been charged with shoplifting. If you have been charged with a shoplifting offense in Kenilworth, we may be able to assist you. Our defense attorneys have many years of experience handling shoplifting cases. Casey Woodruff, Gary Grabas, and Robert Rowbotham, II. are all former Prosecutors. Jon Bramnick is a Certified Civil Trial Lawyer with over 30 years of trial experience.
If you have been charged with a shoplifting offense in Kenilworth, we may be able to assist you. Contact us at to schedule a free consultation, at (908) 322-7000.