Import/Export Of Stolen Vehicles
Theft crimes, including grand theft auto, is a crime which can lead to years in prison, heavy fines and other severe forms of punishment. The criminal defense lawyers at The Blanch Law Firm regularly defend domestic and international clients in all manner of vehicle theft cases, including those involving importing and exporting. Import/export law is complicated because it can involve a combination of state laws, federal laws and international laws. Our firm has a sophisticated understanding of the law and international sanctions governing imports and exports of vehicles.
Auto Theft Laws and Penalties
The penalties for violating automobile import/export laws are severe. The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) is the government agency which usually prosecutes import/export crimes under Title 18. This felony can lead to years in prison, incredibly large fines and other sanctions. Import/export car theft involves the laws of other nations as well, such as Canada and Mexico. The Blanch Law Firm is familiar with the laws of other nations, as well as federal import/export law. Our theft crimes attorneys have decades of experience with:
Trade and Tariff Act of 1984
Customs Regulations (19 CFR)
U.S. Customs Laws
Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Regulations
Burdon of Proof Issues
Title 18, Chapter 27 of the United States Code
And Much More
The Blanch Law Firm is quite knowledgeable regarding cross-border import/export laws, including those governing vehicles. Our criminal defense attorneys have represented numerous clients accused of illegally taking multiple cars into foreign nations, and bringing multiple cars into America from overseas. Our familiarity and experience with ports, customs, trade laws, tariff laws, import standards, export regulations and more gives our law firm an unparalleled place in the legal community.
Contact The Blanch Law Firm
To speak with a criminal defense attorney about your vehicle import/export defense concerns, Contact The Blanch Law Firm by calling 212-736-3900 to arrange an initial consultation.