Jury Trial (2016): Count 1) Penal Code § 490.2 (Petty Theft)

Client was charged with stealing a camera while on video surveillance. An investigation of the case revealed that there was a viable defense in this case despite being on camera committing the act. The investigation revealed that the story was much more complicated than what was initially seen on video. It became obvious during the…

Case Resolved Before Trial: Count 1) Penal Code § 490.2 (Shoplifting)

Client was charged with shoplifting at Safeway. A vigorous defense revealed that client simply made a mistake. Initial offer before getting involved was: 60 days in county jail, 3 court probation, theft terms, and so on. After I got involved in the case client received an infraction (essentially a ticket), no jail time, no court…

Case Resolved Before Trial: Count 1) Penal Code § 484(a) and 490.2 (Petty Theft), Count 2) Penal Code § 484(a) and 490.2 (Petty Theft), Count 3) Penal Code § 242/243(a) (Battery), Count 4) Penal Code § 148(a)(1) (Resisting Arrest), and Count 5) Penal Code 148.9(a) (Giving False Information To A Police Officer)

A difficult case. Client wants to attend law school and become a lawyer but allegedly committed petty theft at numerous stores, fled from the police when they tried to apprehend her, committed battery against a store clerk, and also allegedly gave a false name to a police officer. Lengthy negotiating with the District Attorney resulted…

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