Orange County Theft Crime Attorney
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Theft crimes refer to a number of different criminal charges that involve
the taking of another's property without their consent or permission.
There are a variety of theft crimes prohibited by California and U.S.
law. Generally, theft crimes will range in severity and punishment based
on unique factors that include:
- The value of property taken
- Whether force or violence was used
- Whether victims were harmed
- A defendant's criminal history
Charged with a theft crime?
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At the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc., our Orange County criminal
defense attorneys have years of experience handling various theft crime
cases. Because the stakes are often high for individuals who have been
charged with theft crimes, we fight zealously to protect their freedom
and secure the best possible results.
Types of Theft Crimes We Handle
Our firm handles all types of theft crime cases, which can generally be
classified in two main categories: petty theft and grand theft.
Petty Theft - Petty theft involves theft of property that is not valued over a certain
amount. Since the passing of California Proposition 47, theft crimes of
property valued at less than $900 are usually considered theft crimes.
However, aggravating circumstances could lead to these crimes being charges
Grand Theft - Grand theft involves cases where property stolen is valued at a significant
amount, usually more than $900.
Other common theft crime charges our firm can handle include:
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If you or someone you know has been charged with a theft crime in Orange
County, taking immediate action and contacting a criminal lawyer from
our firm is crucial. Theft crimes are taken seriously by prosecutors and
can be viewed negatively by future employers. Protect your future by working
with proven criminal defense lawyers.
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