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Category Archives: 46 Theft Pre-Charge Victories

NOT CHARGED | THEFT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Ms. P. was an employee of a local jewelry store and was accused of stealing a 3 carat diamond ring. She was fired, and detectives were contacted. It was suspected that these claims were being made as part of a false insurance claim, or in an attempt to fire her and hire a full-time employee. We were able to produce a newspaper ad showing that the store was looking for a full-time employee, which was placed several days before these accusations were made. We were able to convince detectives to not bring charges against Ms. P.

NOT CHARGED | THEFT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Mr. D. had 2 roommates who stole some gift cards and a child’s car seat from him. He went to the store and found they had returned the items and kept the money. He then called the police to report the theft, and the cops questioned the 2 roommates. The roommates then claimed that Mr. D. had stolen $400.00 in cash and gold coins. It was discovered that the female roommate’s parents were a former police officer and a current police dispatcher, and they were influencing the detectives in this case. We were able to point this out to the prosecutor, and no charges were brought against Mr. D.

NOT CHARGED | THEFT/BURGLARY – State v. Mr. K. (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Mr. K. was accused of stealing $2,000.00 from the safe of a K-Mart store where he was employed. We had him submit to a polygraph, and then sat down with detectives in order for them to interview Mr. K. The detectives reviewed our polygraph and agreed that no charges would be brought against Mr. K.

NOT CHARGED | THEFT & SALE OF STOLEN GOODS – State v. Mr. S. (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Mr. S. worked as a construction worker and was purchasing various appliances from the Superintendent on the job site. These items were then being reported as stolen. Mr. S. was contacted by detectives, and we were able to work out a “cooperation deal” in which our client would give them information regarding the superintendent on the job site. Through our agreement, Mr. S. was never charged with any crimes.

NOT CHARGED | THEFT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Mr. W. worked as a Vice President of a local technologies company. He had sold his laptop on E-Bay and this was discovered by his employer. He was terminated, and they were seeking criminal charges against him. We were able to work out a civil settlement with the company’s attorneys, and no charges were filed against Mr. W.

NOT CHARGED | FRAUD SCHEMES & THEFT – State v. Mr. M. (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Mr. M. was a former employee of a local bank and received too many benefits checks after he had left the company. Because he had been cashing these checks, the detectives were looking to charge him with Fraudulent Schemes and Theft. We were able to work out a civil settlement with the bank, which resulted in repayment of the $8,000.00 in question, and no charges were brought against Mr. M.

NOT CHARGED | U.S. Federal District Court of Arizona v. Mr. C. (DMC No. ): Mr. C. worked for a company that dealt with the U.S. Military where he had high level security clearance. He was a suspect in the removal of certain high level training materials. We had him submit to a polygraph, which he passed. We then had our client meet with F.B.I. agents in order to submit to their polygraph. The F.B.I. polygraph examiner began asking questions about drug usage and indicated he had “turned up the heat” in order to get our client’s “sweat glands going.” We terminated the polygraph at that point. We then had a second polygraph conducted with our polygraph examiner. We turned over the results of both polygraphs to the F.B.I. and the U.S. Attorney’s Office. We made a decision that Mr. C. would no longer be speaking to the F.B.I. The U.S. Attorney’s Office declined the filing of any charges against Mr. C.

NOT CHARGED | EMBEZZLEMENT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Ms. R. was employed with a Valley stucco company and was accused of embezzling over $100,000.00 from them. Through a civil settlement, we were able to negotiate a pay-back spread out over a number of years. We convinced the detectives to not file charges, since this was now a civil matter. No charges were ever brought against Ms. R.

NOT CHARGED | FRAUD SCHEMES/THEFT – (Maricopa County) (DMC No. ): Mr. M. worked at a local car dealership where he was accused of stealing $70,000.00 worth of parts with 2 other employees. Due to his full cooperation with Detectives, we were able to keep Mr. M. from being charged in exchange for information on the other 2 individuals involved. This prevented Mr. M. from facing prison time.

NOT CHARGED | THEFT (Maricopa County) (DMC No. 3942): Mr. K. worked for an armored car company. After a pick-up at a local bank, the armored car company claimed there was $1,000.00 missing from the bag. Mr. K. had been working with 2 other employees during the pick-ups and counting of the money. Various tactics were used by his employer to pressure Mr. K. into a confession, but he denied all wrongdoing. They subsequently fired him, and we became involved. After having our own expert review their accounting procedures, it was discovered there was no money missing. No charges were brought against Mr. K. and he was offered his old job back (which he declined).

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