San Diego Grand Theft Defense Lawyer
In San Diego County, accusations of theft can often result in a variety of charges, such as burglary, petty theft, or grand theft. Grand theft charges typically follow allegations of thefts exceeding $950 in total value. This could be in the form of money, items, wages and more. In cases involving some agricultural commodities, the requisite dollar value drops to $250. Some accusations of theft will automatically lead to charges of grand theft, regardless of the dollar amount in question. These include theft of a firearm, or when the property is taken from someone’s body.
The penalties for conviction of grand theft in California can be severe, including a felony and years in custody. If you are facing charges of grand theft, the professional and personal fallout can be devastating, especially considering how you will be perceived by future employers or members of the community. Don’t leave your future and your freedom to chance. Enter the courtroom with an experienced San Diego defense attorney by your side. Call the Law Office of David P. Shapiro and schedule a case evaluation today. Want to learn more about Grand Theft in San Diego right now? Download our free Survival Guide for Those Accused of a Theft Crime in San Diego.
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