Los Angeles Theft Crime Attorney
Criminal Lawyer Defending All Types of Theft Offenses
If you are being charged with any type of theft or burglary crime, you should contact one of our experienced Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys. These types of offenses can carry severe penalties ranging from fines and restitution to jail or prison time, depending on the seriousness of the infraction. The attorneys at Cron, Israels & Stark defend people throughout the greater Los Angeles area against all types of theft and burglary charges.
Common Theft Offenses
Our Los Angeles criminal defense attorneys will fight aggressively to protect your rights. Our firm will thoroughly investigate the allegations and evidence brought against you to find weaknesses in the case. Any rights violations can be challenged as part of a strategic defense. This can allow us to take immediate action in an attempt to have the charges against you reduced or dismissed.
We help clients facing all types of theft charges, including:
Charged with theft offense in Los Angeles?
A conviction on a theft charge can result in long term consequences in your life. The resulting criminal record can follow you for years, making it difficult for you to get a job, hold certain professional licenses, and apply for credit among other things. Contact our office today to discuss your case with one of our attorneys. At Cron, Israels & Stark, we are committed to helping you reach the most favorable outcome in your case. We are available during regular business hours or by appointment during evenings and weekends.
Related Theft Crime Stories in the News:
Los Angeles Times - "Orange County, California Billionaire Targeted in $1.4 Million Identity Theft"
A man who looks nothing like Orange County real estate magnate Donald Bren walked into the Cerritos branch of East West Bank, opened accounts in Bren's name and deposited a $1.4-million federal tax-refund check stolen from Bren. The man then drained more than $1.1 million from the accounts over the next four weeks, according to the complaint by the United States attorney's office in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Times - "Defendant in Hillside Burglaries Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison"
A leader of the so-called "Hillside Burglars," believed responsible for more than 150 burglaries targeting Los Angeles' wealthiest neighborhoods, was sentenced to 17 years in state prison. He was a leader of the burglary crew that stole $10 million worth of goods from homes in Bel-Air, Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills, Encino and Sherman Oaks between 2006 and 2009. He pleaded no contest to one count of first-degree residential burglary.