If you have been charged with a theft or robbery allegations at your workplace or place of study, then you need professional help to refute the charges in court.
The stigma of a theft is not easily removed, and you may need legal aid to prove your innocence. With no knowledge of the intricacies of legal matters, there is likelihood you may lose your case and have to bear the burden of being charged as a thief, throughout your life.
The impact of such a charge on your hearing will be massive and pack a hard punch into your chances of getting employment in a good reputable firm. Any indications of having been charged with robbery or theft at your previous workplace or school;will prevent your future employers from hiring you, no matter what your credentials may be.
Our theft and robbery attorneys have experience of dealing with a variety of cases that fall in their jurisdiction and area of expertise.
You can employ our help, if you have been charged with any of the following allegations, or face a case related to:
- Identity theft
- Buying any stolen property
- Grand or petty theft
- Falsified financial statements, and others
To tackle such heavy charges on your character and career, you need the help of a professional lawyer who has the expertise to prepare a solid case in your defense and guide you throughout the entire case hearing and sentencing process.
The prosecution will try its best to prove the theft and robbery charges against you, but our team will be at your side every step of the way for all the help and guidance you need.
The legal processes are very complicated and involve small details which are of great importance. Any statement you give at the time of being charged with a theft charge may be used against you. To avoid making any mistakes, which can be used to build a case against you, it is essential to get expert legal advise as soon as possible.
Don’t run the risk of hiring an inexperienced lawyer to handle your case. Choose only the best in legal aid, and contact us at (310) 751-0446, for more details.
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