Licence Restrictions

Licence Restrictions

The section (1) of the ‘Theft Act 1968’ defines “Theft” as an offence, where the person guilty is involved in the dishonest appropriation of a property, which belongs to another person. Apart from this, there should be a clear intention of permanently depriving such a person of that property. The element of dishonest appropriation is essential to constitute an offence of theft. The maximum punishment for Theft is ‘7 years’ of imprisonment, which is mentioned in Section 7 of the Theft Act 1968.

If you have been accused of theft, you can contact our expert and qualified criminal law solicitors. We offer authentic legal advice and strong representation, which serves as the turning point for the acquittal of our client.    

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No case is the same as another, and we do not take a ‘one size fits all approach’ to our clients. We prepare and undertake a tailored strategy based on our client’s individual’s needs and circumstances. Our experienced team is able to provide advice and assistance in various legal areas.

Our team will undertake a formal review of your case documents and advise you on the suggested next steps. Our expertise in this area means that care and consideration will be used when reviewing your file. We understand that matters can be time sensitive and you will receive our advice promptly following our instructions.

We are experts in advising and dealing with complex matters on behalf of vulnerable clients. Our team is committed to fighting for justice and providing a high quality service for all of our clients.

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