Rancho Cucamonga Theft Crimes Attorney
Providing Aggressive & Reliable Legal Services for Clients
Being charged or investigated for a theft crime can be extremely stressful for you and your family. There can be a great deal of uncertainty and confusion about what the next steps in the legal process should be. Contacting a Rancho Cucamonga criminal defense lawyer who has a reliable reputation and commitment to service can be very helpful. The Law Offices of Brian E. Skibby has represented numerous clients in cases involving theft offenses. Their Rancho Cucamonga theft crime lawyer has 20+ years' experience and can provide the reliable and strategic counsel you need during this time.
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What Is the Punishment for Theft in California?
In California, the punishment for theft is a misdemeanor charge that carries a sentence of up to six months in county prison, a $1,000 fine, or both. According to the law, California defines petty theft as any property valued at $950 or less.
Types of Theft Crimes
Many charges can be categorized as theft crimes, including:
- Petty theft / shoplifting
- Grand theft
- Identity theft
- Receiving stolen property
Depending on the particulars and severity of a theft crime, you may be charged with a misdemeanor or as a felony offense. If the alleged theft involved interstate commerce or crossed state lines, it can be tried as a federal crime.
No matter what your case might entail, being convicted of a theft crime can have a distinct impact on your life and the lives of those who love you. You could be facing fines, jail time, a prison sentence, being a registered felon, and other consequences that can affect your life.
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The Law Offices of Brian E. Skibby can provide you with an experienced Rancho Cucamonga theft crime attorney who knows how to defend your name. Attorney Skibby has earned a respected reputation that includes a 9.1 Avvo rating. He is a member of the San Bernardino County Bar Association and can provide his insightful legal services.
For a free consultation, contact the office in Rancho Cucamonga at (909) 695-0095.