Theft Crimes

There are many different types of crimes that can be considered theft crimes. Some of the more common ones include:

See N.H. RSA 637 generally for more detailed information, or click on the crime for more specific information on that crime.

Whether the Theft  is a Misdemeanor or Felony will usually depend on which crime it is, the amount involved, any prior convictions, and other factors specific to that crime. Besides facing a fine and incarceration, theft crimes usually involve restitution to the victim.

Attorney Hynes has experience handling a variety of theft crimes from Class B Misdemeanors to Felonies.

Case Results

Charge: Receipt of Stolen Property

Facts: State claimed Client took property from goodwill. State claimed this was receiving stolen property

Result: Not Guilty! Attorney advised client to go to trial as the State could not prove the property was stolen at the time Client took possession of it. At the end of the State's case, Attorney Hynes argued they had not met their burden, and the Judge entered a Not Guilty verdict.