Redding Lawyer Defending Against Theft Charges

There are a number of different theft crimes in California. From petty shoplifting charges to grand theft, carjacking and robbery charges, you want an experienced criminal defense attorney to develop an aggressive defense strategy focused on protecting your rights. The law firm of John M. Kucera, Attorney at Law, is committed to defending individuals facing theft charges in the state, federal and juvenile courts throughout Northern California. Contact the firm online for a free 30-minute consultation regarding your case.

Developing An Effective Defense Strategy

A variety of factors will ultimately affect the level of theft charges you could face and the potential consequences involved. If there was any type of physical altercation involved in the alleged theft, you could face more serious charges of robbery. The use of a weapon is a major aggravating factor that could add years to a sentence, in the event of a conviction.

Developing an effective defense strategy against theft charges requires more than just working for an acquittal. You want to work with a highly skilled and experienced attorney who will also fight to lower the charges and minimize the potential damages. Mr. Kucera will apply his nearly 40 years of service and legal skills to protect your rights.

Experienced Representation Against All Criminal Charges

Attorney John Kucera is a former deputy district attorney who knows firsthand how the prosecution is likely developing a case against you. When the stakes are high, entrust him to help level the playing field against you and develop an aggressive defense strategy against serious theft-related charges, including:

  • Credit card theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Petty theft
  • Grand theft
  • Embezzlement
  • Robbery
  • ID theft
  • Burglary
  • Vehicle theft
  • Forgery
  • Employee theft
  • Counterfeiting
  • Utilities theft

The amount of money allegedly involved in your case will also play a major factor. In California, any theft of property worth more than $900 is considered grand theft, while anything worth $900 or below is considered petty theft. If it appears that a dismissal or acquittal of the charges is not possible, he will negotiate with the prosecution to minimize the charges, especially in the case of juveniles charged with shoplifting and other similar theft charges.

Contact John M. Kucera, Attorney At Law, If You Are Charged With A Theft Offense

Whether you are facing shoplifting, theft or robbery charges, Mr. Kucera is ready to help you protect your rights. Contact him online today to schedule a free 30-minute consultation. His office is located one-half block north of the Shasta County Courthouse in Redding, and he defends clients throughout Northern California.