Theft and Fraud


If you are facing charges for theft, fraud, breaking and entering or property crimes it is important to speak with a lawyer right away so you can understand the charges and your options.  Being found guilty can come with serious consequences such as financial repercussions, employment consequences, your ability to travel, and professional designations being revoked. Some charges, such as theft from an employee, may seem minor at first. However, these charges can carry a starting point of jail even if the offender does not have a criminal record. Michelle has a very strong record with negotiating and arguing for favourable sentences for her clients.

Some offences in this category include:

·       Theft [s. 334(b)]

·       Fraud [s. 380]

·       Possession of Stolen Property [s. 354]

·         Theft of a motor vehicle [s. 355]

·         Theft of a credit card [s. 342]

If you are facing these charges contact Michelle Parhar today at 403-835-4010 to answer all your legal questions so you can make an informed decision on how to proceed with your case.