Steven Veinger, PA Steven Veinger graduated in 1996 from Whittier Law School, Los Angeles, California. Graduated in the top one-third of his class, Dean’s List and Trial Advocacy Board.
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Top Robbery Attorney Miami

Theft Vs. Robbery

From the Top Robbery Attorney in the State of Florida

In and out of the legal world, many individuals tend to confuse the terms robbery and theft. While these two terms are often interchangeable in casual, everyday speech, when it comes to legal terms, they refer to two very distinct charges. Essentially, these two crimes represent a similar idea, however certain characteristics of the crime, such as the tactics used and the motivations by which they occur make up all the difference. As the foremost robbery attorney in the state of Florida, Mr. Steven Veinger, Esq. has spent years defending alleged criminals fight these types of charges, and thus has become of the top experts in the field. Throughout his years of defense, he has helped countless clients obtain highly favorable judgements, in the majority of cases helping them to prove their innocence completely or to obtain a far more lenient sentence or punishment. In the event you have been charged with either one of these crimes, it is vital that you hire an experience robbery attorney such as Mr. Veinger, in addition to educating yourself as much as possible on the ins and outs of the crime. The more educated you are, the more help you will be to your own case. In addition, understanding these types of charges beforehand, can help you to avoid them entirely and help you to avoid such a mess in the first place. Here are some important things to know about robbery and theft cases.

The Basics of Theft

In everyday speech, a theft is a term that we often use to cover a variety of instances, and crimes. Often, in the legal world, theft is also known as larceny – and in general, is a specific form of taking something that isn’t yours or stealing. However, there are certain elements that theft charges are identified by, including:

· Stealing or even taking property or money, that belongs to another person, without their knowledge or consent.

· Taking that property from the individual or entity who owns it.

· Taking the property, with the intention of keeping it for your own use.

One important thing to understand in a theft case, if that the owner does not have to be present at the time. meaning that if you steal an individual’s belongings while they are away, this is also a theft. Or if you steal a car from a parking lot, this is theft.

Forms of Theft

According to robbery attorney, Steven Veinger, theft comes in many forms, and while it typically involves physical items, other forms include:
· Jumping the turnstile of a subway – without paying.
· Stealing someone’s cable TV illegally and using it freely.
· Using another person’s ID, credit cards, or identity in any capacity.
· Changing the price tag of an item at a store, with a cheaper price tag.

The Basics of Robbery

Similar to theft, a robbery is taking another person’s property without their knowledge of consent. However, once important difference is that robbery is done with the threat of force, in some way. Robbery will usually entail:

· Stealing property without the owner’s permission.
· Taking away property without the intention of bringing it back.
· And doing this by showing some type of force, or the threat of force – using a weapon or threats of physical harm.

According to robbery attorney, Steven Veinger, unlike a theft, during a robbery, the victim must be present. For instance, if someone attempts a car jacking at a red light, using a gun or event he verbal threat to kill you, this is a robbery.


Generally, in a theft case, depending on what the item or items were, and their value – the case can be charged as a felony or misdemeanor. However, in a robbery, because there is the threat or the act of force, it is usually considered a felony. Then there are a variety of factors that will determine the possible sentencing, including the criminal history of the defendant, and the case presented by their defense attorney.

For more information on these types of cases, or to schedule a legal consultation of your own, be sure to contact the Law offices of Steven Veinger today.