Santa Barbara Grand Theft Attorney
Grand Theft Criminal Defense
When you need a criminal defense team to fight grand theft charges, you should choose one that has the experience of representing clients in complex cases and getting the job done. By turning to a Santa Barbara criminal defense lawyer at Lessem & Newstat you can be assured that every aspect of your case will be carefully scrutinized before we make the very important decision as to whether we can help in your fight to protect your rights and your freedom. Our reputation for results is based on listening to our clients, knowing the law, and successfully strategizing how to achieve the best possible outcome for those we represent. Contact us to schedule your consultation and let us take charge of your case.
Grand Theft Lawyer in Santa Barbara
Grand theft, according to California Penal Code 487, is the stealing of property valued at more than $400, although the theft of a firearm or of something carried on the body of a person is considered grand theft, no matter what the value of the items taken. A grand theft crime, unlike a petty theft crime, will most often meet the criteria for a felony offense, but is termed a "wobbler" due to the prosecution's ability to charge as either a misdemeanor or a felony.
Our criminal defense practice is comprised of attorneys with a collective experience of over 50 years. We serve our fellow citizens in cities of Montecito, Isla Vista, UCSB, Goleta, and Carpinteria and are integral members of our communities. As experienced litigators who are known for aggressive representation of our clients, we go above and beyond the call of duty to protect their rights and we are satisfied when they feel that they have been well-informed and aggressively protected. You can be assured that we are intimately familiar with the criminal system and will work hard to get you the best results possible if given the opportunity to represent you in your legal matter.
To be a part of a successful strategy to protect your rights, contact a Santa Barbara grand theft attorney today.