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  • Reduced Sentence

    Client, a 29 year old Reynoldsburg native, charged with TWO separate counts of Aggravated Robbery with Repeat Violent Offender Specifications and Gun Specifications is sentenced to 7 years ODRC. Our ...

  • Charge Reduced

    Client embezzled approximately $600,000 from her employer. Client repaid the full amount and was former employer agreed to Diversion until County Prosecutor objected. Client was sentenced to 4 months ...

  • Case Dismissed

    Client and co-defendant accused of stealing miscellaneous items and taking them to scrap yards. Client paid his portion of restitution, immediately, and instead of 12 months in jail; client was given ...

  • Client arrested after 2 robberies in Columbus receives 2 years basic probation.

    Our client, a 32 year old mother and pain pill addict, was “dope sick” and walked into several retail stores demanding cash from the register while suggesting she had a gun in her jacket pocket. She ...

  • 4 Days Jail Time

    45 Year Old Woman Indicted for Embezzling 185K Gets 4 Days in Jail. Represented by Brad Koffel (State v. A.G., Franklin County, OH, Fall 2017).

  • Case Dismissed

    Our client, a teller at a local bank, was indicted for stealing cash from the bank. Surveillance video was inconclusive. The client passed two (2) polygraphs, the last one just the day before his jury ...

  • Charge Reduced

    Client embezzled approximately $440,000 from a state agency. Client faced 27+ years in prison. Client pled guilty to lesser included offenses and was sentenced to 4 years in prison.

  • No Probation & No Jail Time

    26 Year Old Columbus Man Indicted for Bank Robbery Avoids Prison and Sentenced to Fine Only. No Probation. No Jail. Represented by Will Nesbitt (State v. S.B., Franklin County, OH, Fall 2017).

  • Charges Reduced

    Our client, a 20 year old young lady, 2 time captain of her high school softball team, and aspiring teacher, was involved in an aggravated robbery when 3 of her passengers in her car jumped out and ...

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Types of Theft Cases We Handle

The firm provides skilled legal representation for any of the following types of criminal theft and fraud cases in Ohio:

Investment Fraud
Facing criminal charges of investment fraud is difficult, and will require the intervention of an experienced criminal defense attorney. Investment fraud is the act of scamming or misrepresenting with hopes of personal financial gain, such as in a Ponzi scheme.

Mortgage Fraud
A person can unknowingly be accused of mortgage fraud in a variety of ways, especially if your actions make it appear as if you are concealing documents or funds, falsifying loan applications or providing a false identity. Call KBN without delay if you have been accused of mortgage fraud by a federal agency or a mortgage company.

Stock Broker Misconduct
As a stockbroker, you will have certain responsibilities to ensure that you are responsibly handling the money of your clients. You will be helping these individuals and families to wisely put their funds into appropriate stocks. However, if you have been accused of using this money for personal gain, you will be facing serious criminal charges.

Workers' Comp Fraud
As an employee filing for workers' comp or an employer providing workers' compensation for your employees, you are expected to file certain documents and to provide true information. If you have been accused of falsifying information for personal gain or monetary achievement, you might be charged.

We also handle cases involving:
  • Credit Card Fraud - A form of identity theft in which an individual or organization will use another's credit card information to make personal purchases or for personal gain.
  • Embezzlement - A white-collar crime in which an individual unlawfully gathered information to obtain money illegally for his or her own benefit.
  • Forgery - A form of theft. This offense should be treated with the utmost seriousness.
  • Fraud - Involves the stealing or concealing of identity for personal gain. It can include misrepresentation or trickery to steal property or money.

Contacting a Columbus Theft Defense Attorney

If you are under investigation for any serious theft, embezzlement, forgery or fraud, act quickly. Typically, detectives work quietly and quietly to build a case against an accused. You are likely to be arrested within a short period of time, and you need to have legal representation from an experienced and skilled Columbus theft crime lawyer before answering any questions in the investigation. At KBN, our attorneys will fight for your rights and protect you from the pitfalls that can occur when you answer questions without representation. The speed with which you get a defense lawyer from KBN is vital. Act fast and protect yourself.

Contact a Columbus theft crime defense attorney from KBN (614) 675-4845.