Crimes of Dishonesty

Crimes of dishonesty account for almost half of all recorded crime in Scotland. This is largely due to the range of offences that fall within this category.

Crimes of Dishonesty FAQ

A: Crimes of dishonesty are offences which involve the taking or appropriation of property without the consent of the owner in the knowledge that the accused has no right to the property in question.
A: Crimes of dishonesty vary from small shoplifting charges to giant money laundering schemes. sentences, therefore, vary from a fine to a community sentence to imprisonment.

Our team of lawyers take pride in being able to describe themselves as being amongst Scotland’s best in the preparation, presentation and conduct of defences to charges of

and many other types of crimes of dishonesty.

Specialist lawyers

If you have been charged with any crime of dishonesty or think that you may be then our dedicated team of Professional Criminal Defence Lawyers can help you. Do not delay in seeking to make contact with our firm if you are suspected of theft or fraud or embezzlement and one of our layers will offer you the best advice and immediate assistance.

Crimes of dishonesty are offences which involve the taking or appropriation of property without the consent of the owner in the knowledge that the accused has no right to the property in question.

Contact our team of lawyers for fraud today if you are facing allegations of any type of fraud. You may be entitled to legal aid throughout the process, contact us today and we will talk you through your options.

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