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Orange County Theft Crimes

Mr. Grupenhagen handles theft cases in Orange County.   If you or someone you know has been accused of petty theft, or grand theft, or some other form of theft in Orange County, call Mr. Grupenhagen today.

A person charged with the crime of theft is alleged to have unlawfully taken the property of another with the intent to deprive the owner of the property permanently.   Theft crimes include taking many different kinds of property, and merely moving property from one place to another give police enough to an arrest people for a theft offense.

Thefts are punishable as felonies or misdemeanors.   If you have been arrested on suspicion of a theft related offense, call me immediately so we can begin working for you long before the case gets to court, to get you the best possible outcome.   An aggressive defense starts by knowing about the case well before the prosecutor does.

Punishment for theft increases drastically if the person has previously been convicted of a theft related offense.   If one has a prior conviction for petty theft, a subsequent theft can result in a felony arrest, felony charge, and felony conviction leading to prison.   The stakes rise dramatically when priors are involved.   Consult an experienced criminal attorney for any theft crime in Orange County.   Call us today.

Also beware that prosecutors rountinely file burglary charges when charging a person with theft.   The circumstances that lead this to happen involve the question, when did the form the intent to commit theft?”   If the person went to the location with the intent to steal, the there’s a burglary.   If the person entered, and then decided to steal, there’s no burglary.   This is one of the facts that the police will try to obtain in the initial contact with the person.   Which is why it’s important not to answer police questions without first asking for an attorney to assist you.  

we go into these types of matters knowing what the potential consequences are for you specifically.   Most people cannot afford to go to jail and risk losing their job, house, etc.   Avoiding the collateral consequences of a theft conviction is paramount.   Without an experienced criminal attorney, with knowledge of the local courts, you don’t have a chance of getting a fair shake in court.   Call me immediately if you or a loved one are accused of any theft offense in Orange County.



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