SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA THEFT ATTORNEY
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Theft crimes are, by far, the most commonly committed offenses in the United States. These crimes range from petty theft, such as shoplifting, to felony armed robbery. Regardless of which offense you have been charged with, you could be facing a number of serious, life-altering penalties.
At Amin Law, our San Francisco criminal defense lawyer has a deep understanding of theft crimes, and how to mount a strong defense against these criminal charges. As a former Public Defender, Attorney Amin has a unique knowledge of the inner workings of the California criminal justice system.
Theft crime charges should not be taken lightly and finding skillful legal counsel is your best defense. Call 415-851-4300 now to secure aggressive defense.
Defending Against All Types of Theft Charges
California has a wide range of theft offenses on the books, allowing prosecutors to select the charges that best fit the circumstances of your case.
There are also specific statutes addressing the theft of a firearm or automobile, which will typically yield harsher penalties than theft of other types of property.
We can help defend you against all types of theft crimes, including:
- Grand theft
- Petty theft
Call 415-851-4300 Today To Get Started
We are all human, and we all make mistakes; when that mistake is a theft crime, however, you need a dedicated advocate who will fight for your second chance. For those who have been falsely accused or are facing excessive charges, the importance of a good San Francisco criminal defense attorney is only amplified.
Amin Law can provide the strong, highly effective representation you need during this trying time. We understand what you are up against, and are prepared to fight aggressively to defend your rights, your freedom, and your future. Do not let a theft offense ruin your future—take control of your defense by calling us today.
Want to learn more about how AMIN LAW, P.C. can help you? Contact us today to discuss your case.