Defending You Against Theft And Burglary Charges
If you have been charged with a property crime, you might not think that you are in that much trouble. In many of these cases, there is no direct contact between you and the victim. You might believe that this means that the crime is not as serious as, say, an assault.
This is not how you should be thinking about the charges you are facing. Prosecutors in California take property crimes extremely seriously. You need an aggressive criminal defense when you are charged with burglary, theft or other property-related crime.
At San Joaquin Family Law, our attorneys are here to provide you with a comprehensive defense against all charges that you are facing. We use our skills to challenge the evidence that law enforcement has obtained, and we help you take advantage of all of the options that are available to you.
Helping You Protect Your Rights
Our attorneys are committed to helping you preserve your options as your case moves forward. We are going to be honest when we meet with you and give you a fair assessment on what we feel is the best potential result in your case. At all times, we will be pursuing a solution that helps you protect your rights and minimizes the impact that this will have upon your future.
Some of the property crimes where our lawyers offer defense services include:
- Identify theft
- Using stolen credit cards
- Selling stolen goods
These charges can mean extensive prison time if you are convicted. If you were carrying a firearm when you committed the crime, it is possible that the sentences may be enhanced. If you have a previous criminal history, it is important that you begin preparing your defense as soon as possible.
Let Us Build A Strong Defense For You
To learn more about how our lawyers can offer you the defense services you need in your case, call our office at 209-478-2700 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation. We are located in downtown Stockton and represent people throughout San Joaquin County who have been charged with property crimes.