Solano County Theft Crime Attorneys
Standing Up for You After Theft Accusations
Your rights hang in the balance after you have been accused of a theft crime in California. Whether you face misdemeanor charges or a felony, you cannot afford to have your reputation marred by a conviction. Start thinking about how you can protect yourself against the charges and clear your name by working with Maas and Russo.
Our theft crime attorneys – Mr. Thomas Maas and Daniel Russo – bring decades of defense experience to every case they accept. By reviewing your charges and analyzing any supposed evidence gathered against you, they can prepare your case for a tough courtroom battle, if it comes to that.
Would you like to know more? Let us tell you by calling (800) 483-0992 or contacting us online today.
California Theft Crimes We Have Challenged
In California, there are many theft crimes categories, ranging from violent to nonviolent in nature. The details of your case that determined your charges in the first place are crucial to developing a reliable defense against them. In fact, if Attorneys Maas and Russo can prove that the charges against you inaccurately describe the alleged crime, they may be able to push for a case dismissal or significant charge reductions before your case ever goes to trial.
Just some of the theft crimes charges we can defend against include:
- Burglary: You can be charged with burglary if you are accused of unlawfully entering another party’s property with the intent to commit a felony. Therefore, burglary charges are often paired with other criminal charges, like sexual battery. We will construct a defense that challenges the burglary charges, potentially unraveling the other charges at the same time.
- Embezzlement: The intentional mismanagement or misplacement of funds entrusted to you by a third party for your own gain is embezzlement. While embezzlement is often described as a white collar crime, it can arise in less formal settings as well. For example, stealing from a cash register while working as a cashier is technically embezzlement, and it may be charged as such if the amount allegedly stolen exceeds petty theft amounts.
- Fraud: Intentionally misrepresenting yourself in order to receive finances or benefits from another party is considered fraud. There are numerous definitions and versions of fraud, such as internet, credit card, mail, and bankruptcy fraud, as well as identity theft. Our law firm has the resources and experience to defend against them all.
- Robbery: California defines robbery as the taking of a person’s property through force, injury, or intimidation. Due to the inherently violent circumstances described in a robbery charge, the crime will be filed as a felony charge.
- Shoplifting: If you are accused of taking items of relatively small value from a storefront, you can be charged with shoplifting. Do not be mistaken into thinking shoplifting is not a serious charge. It can carry heavy consequences, especially if it is filed as a juvenile crime. Being convicted of shoplifting as a juvenile can put a mark on your criminal record that follows you for years to come, making furthered education and employment difficult.
No Need to Wait – Call Our Firm at (800) 483-0992 Today
When you have been accused of a theft crime in California, the clock starts ticking immediately. The prosecution is already getting to work on the case against you. For so many prosecutors throughout the state, theft crimes feel routine due to their commonality. Use their complacency to your advantage by preparing a powerful and effective defense case they will not expect.
Get Solano County Theft Crime Attorneys Maas and Russo on your side today to build a defense that can stand up to the opposition. Our law firm’s extensive experience becomes your own when you let us work on your case and act on your behalf before the court.
For a free case evaluation to get you started in the right direction, contact our firm at any time.
Dismissed Assault Weapon & Drug Possession Charges
Case Dimissed Assault With a Deadly Weapon Charge
Not Guilty Assault with Great Bodily Injury
Not Guilty Attempted Murder
Case Dismissed Attempted Murder Charges
Not guilty Charged with Intentional Discharge At An Occupied Motor Vehicle