GET A STRONG DEFENSE AGAINST ANY THEFT CHARGE WITH PATRICK S. AGUIRRE ON YOUR SIDE
Have you been accused of a theft crime? If you’ve been accused of a theft crime, it’s important to get legal help. The charges depend on the details of the alleged crime. However, a conviction will mar your permanent record and compromise your future. A theft conviction can have a lasting impact on your life. You will face jail time and/or fines, but you’ll also have a criminal record that could make it challenging to find employment or housing. If you’ve been accused of a theft crime, it’s important to get legal help.
Theft is defined as the taking of another person’s property without their consent and intent to deprive them of it permanently. There are many different types of theft offenses that carry potentially serious consequences. This makes it extremely important to fight back against any theft charges, no matter how minor. A conviction on your record can make it difficult to rent an apartment, get a job, or take out a loan. If you face theft charges, you must contact a qualified criminal defense attorney immediately to protect your future.
When most people think of theft, they picture someone breaking into a home or store and stealing items. However, there are many different types of theft offenses that carry potentially serious consequences. Patrick S. Aguirre can provide the aggressive representation you need.
If you’re looking for an aggressive criminal defense attorney to fight your theft charges, Patrick S. Aguirre is your lawyer. He knows what it takes to win these cases and will fight tirelessly for a favorable outcome in your case. Because he sincerely cares about your future, he will work diligently to secure a fast and favorable outcome to your case, whether you face charges for:
- Petty Theft
- Grand Theft
- Breaking & Entering
- Auto Burglary
- Grand Theft Auto
- And more
No matter what type of theft charge you’re facing, Patrick S. Aguirre is here to help. He has successfully represented many clients accused of theft crimes and will put his experience and knowledge to work for you.
THREE POSSIBLE OPTIONS FOR RESOLVING YOUR CASE
If you have been charged with theft, you need an experienced lawyer who knows how to defend you. Attorney Aguirre has been handling theft cases since 1998, and in that time, he has developed a detailed knowledge of the law and a keen understanding of how prosecutors and DAs think. With Attorney Aguirre as your theft defense attorney, you can rest assured the best possible defense strategy for your specific case will be implemented.
Theft is a serious crime with potentially harsh consequences. A conviction can lead to jail time, probation, and a criminal record that will follow you for the rest of your life. If you are facing theft charges, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can help you fight for the best possible outcome in your case.
At The Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre, we have successfully represented clients charged with theft crimes, including shoplifting, grand theft, burglary, and embezzlement. We know how to build a strong defense and fight for the best possible outcome in your case. This may involve:
- Getting charges dropped: Patrick S. Aguirre and his team will carefully investigate your case’s facts to uncover any possible information that might be used to convince the DA to drop the case. If you want to have the best chance of getting the charges against you reduced or dropped, you should hire Attorney Aguirre to represent you. He has a proven track record of success in theft cases and knows how to navigate the legal system. If you contact us early enough, we may be able to prevent charges from being officially filed in the first place.
- Securing a plea deal: If the evidence against you is strong, it may be in your best interest to take a plea deal. This way, you can avoid a lengthy and costly trial, and you will likely receive a lesser sentence than if you were to be found guilty after a trial. However, it is important to speak with an attorney to discuss all of your options before deciding. If you choose to take a plea deal, Attorney Aguirre will work with the prosecutor to negotiate a acceptable sentence to both parties. If the prosecutor agrees to the deal, you will plead guilty to the charges and be sentenced according to the terms of the plea agreement. Attorney Aguirre will negotiate with the DA on your behalf to make sure your deal exposes you to the least possible penalty.
- Fighting charges in court: Attorney Aguirre is a highly effective litigator with a 93 percent success rate in getting his clients acquitted. Many defense attorneys turn to him for help when they have a challenging case. If you’re facing criminal charges, it’s important to have an attorney with the skills and experience to fight for you in court. If Attorney Aguirre recommends you go to trial, you can rest assured he will fight aggressively for you and present clear and convincing arguments for your defense. If Attorney Aguirre recommends you go to trial, you can rest assured he will fight aggressively for you and present clear and compelling arguments for your defense. He has a proven track record of success in court and will work tirelessly to ensure the best possible outcome for your case.
No matter what kind of theft charges you are facing, it is important to have an experienced and aggressive attorney on your side. At The Law Offices of Patrick S. Aguirre, we have successfully represented clients charged with theft crimes. We know how to build a strong defense and fight for the best possible outcome in your case. Contact us today for a free consultation. We will review your case and help you understand your legal options.
CALL NOW TO DISCUSS YOUR CASE WITH AN EXPERIENCED THEFT DEFENSE ATTORNEY
Remember, it is never too early to consult an experienced theft defense attorney like Patrick S. Aguirre about your case. If you have been charged with a theft crime, it is important to contact an experienced theft defense attorney as soon as possible. Patrick S. Aguirre can defend you against theft charges and can help you build a strong defense strategy. Don’t wait to get started on your case – call us today for a free consultation. Whether you just have a few questions about an investigation or you need immediate assistance following an arrest, we are here to help 24/7. Call us at 800-572-1252 to learn more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the penalties for theft crimes?
The penalties for theft crimes vary depending on the value of the property that was stolen, as well as other factors such as whether or not violence was used during the theft. Generally speaking; however, theft crimes are punishable by jail time and/or a significant fine.
In some cases, probation and/or community service may also punish theft crimes. The severity of the punishment will depend on the specific facts and circumstances of each case. If you have been charged with a theft crime, it is important to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you understand the charges against you and defend your rights.
What are the defenses to theft crimes?
The most common defense against theft crimes is that the defendant lacked the intent to steal. This can be established by showing that the defendant had a good faith belief that they were entitled to the property. Another defense is that the defendant was falsely accused. This can be difficult to prove, but if evidence that the accuser is not credible, it may be possible to show that the accusation is false.
Other defenses to theft crimes may include showing that the property taken was of negligible value or that the defendant acted under duress. Duress occurs when a person is threatened with imminent harm if they do not commit a crime. This defense is typically only available in serious crimes, such as murder. Finally, it may be possible to show that the defendant did not take the property but merely possessed it. This is known as the “innocent possessor” defense. Possession of stolen property is a crime in itself, but it is usually a less serious offense than the theft of the property.
What are the elements of theft crimes?
The elements of theft crimes are: taking someone else’s property without their permission, with the intent to permanently deprive the property owner.
Taking property without the owner’s permission can be done by force, fear, or deception. The intent to permanently deprive the property owner can be shown by the offender selling, destroying, or otherwise disposing of the property.
Theft crimes are punishable by imprisonment and/or fines. The punishment depends on the value of the property taken and the jurisdiction in which the crime was committed.
Can I be convicted of theft if I only intended to borrow the item?
Yes, you can be convicted of theft if you only intended to borrow the item. If you are caught shoplifting, you may be arrested and charged with theft. Depending on the value of the item stolen, you may be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. If convicted, you could face jail time, probation, and/or a fine.
Many people believe that they can only be charged with theft if they take something from a store without paying for it. However, this is not the case. You can be charged with theft if you attempt to take something from a store without paying for it. For example, if you put an item in your purse or pocket and try to leave the store without paying for it, you can be charged with theft.
If you are caught shoplifting, the store may choose to press charges against you. If the value of the item stolen is less than $500, you will likely be charged with a misdemeanor. If the value of the item stolen is more than $500, you will likely be charged with a felony.
If convicted of theft, you could face a number of penalties. These include jail time, probation, and/or a fine. The fine amount will depend on the value of the item stolen. The length of jail time will also depend on the value of the item stolen and your prior criminal history.
If you are convicted of theft, it is important to understand that you will have a criminal record. This can make it difficult to get a job, rent an apartment, or take out a loan. It is important to speak with an attorney if you are charged with theft so that you can understand your rights and options.
What is the difference between petty theft and grand theft?
Petty theft is stealing something worth less than $950, while grand theft is stealing something worth more than $950. The penalties for petty theft are usually a fine and up to six months in jail, while the penalties for grand theft can be a fine and up to one year in jail. If the value of the stolen property is more than $1,000, the offender may also be required to pay restitution to the victim.
If you are caught stealing, the police will likely take you into custody and charge you with theft. You will then have to appear in court, where a judge will determine your guilt or innocence. You may be fined, sentenced to jail time, or both if you are found guilty of theft. You may also be required to pay restitution to the victim.
If you have been charged with theft, it is important to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you navigate the legal system and protect your rights. Contact us today for a free consultation.
What are the consequences of a theft conviction?
A theft conviction can have serious consequences, including jail time, a criminal record, and fines. It can also make it difficult to find a job or get into college. If you or a loved one has been charged with theft, it is important to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help protect your rights and fight for the best possible outcome in your case.
A theft conviction can result in jail time, a criminal record, and fines. It can also make it difficult to find a job or get into college. If you or a loved one has been charged with theft, it is important to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help protect your rights and fight for the best possible outcome in your case.
An experienced criminal defense attorney will know how to investigate the charges against you and build a strong defense. They will also be familiar with the prosecutors and judges in your area and will know how to negotiate with them to get the best possible outcome in your case.