An Experienced Lawyer Who Knows the Courtrooms In Northwest Indiana
When you face allegations of burglary or another theft crime, working with an experienced attorney is critical to your success. All lawyers are not ready to take cases to trial. It can take years of practice to get things right. Why work with a lawyer who is still practicing on you? Attorney Matt LaTulip has been representing clients for a decade and has earned distinction for the high volume of cases he has taken to trial.
In 2005, Attorney Matt LaTulip, and the lawyers associated with him at the time, were listed as one of the “Most Prolific Trial Law Firms” in the entire State of Indiana. (The Indiana Jury Verdict Reporter, 6th Edition). This accomplishment speaks volumes because it is determined not by favoritism or other easily swayed polling processes, but rather solely by the volume of cases that were actually tried to jury verdict in the State of Indiana.
Quality Representation at a Fair Rate
This extensive experience helps our Indiana law firm offer quality representation at a fair rate for a broad range of felony and misdemeanor theft offenses, including:
- Retail theft
- Employee theft
- Conversion (misdemeanor theft)
- Receipt of stolen property
- Possession of stolen property
- Residential entry
- Criminal mischief (a lesser-included offense to burglary)
Like most people facing criminal charges, our clients often worry often about whether they will go to jail. While each case is unique, we first attempt to negotiate a favorable and acceptable plea for our clients. If those options aren’t right, we do not hesitate to take matters to trial — fighting hard for our clients to get the results they deserve. The key is, we always understand that our job is to fully advise the client for an informed decision. In the end—it is always our client’s call!
Contact us to talk about your options after an arrest for burglary or another theft crime. Initial consultations and case evaluations by trial lawyer Matt LaTulip are at no obligation. They are confidential and free of charge on any case. To schedule your initial consultation, call us at (219) 756-7600 or complete our secure online contact form.