Capable Theft And Property Charges Defense Lawyer

If you have been charged with theft or other property crime, it may seem as if the police and prosecutors are holding all the cards. Like most states, California has eliminated many of the distinctions between theft charges. Theft offenses may be felonies or misdemeanors, depending upon the amount of property involved, but any conviction can still lead a future employer to conclude that you cannot be trusted with company money or property. Penalties for theft crimes range from making restitution to serving a prison sentence. Theft offenses involving bank fraud, securities and negotiable instruments may be prosecuted by federal as well as state authorities.

If you are facing a misdemeanor or felony charge for theft or other property crime, your future is on the line. Ron Cordova has a successful four decade record as an attorney, protecting the freedom and rights of people charged with:

Ron Cordova is an experienced and well-respected criminal defense lawyer based in Irvine and representing clients in state and federal jurisdictions throughout Southern California. He has successfully represented clients in a wide array of misdemeanor and felony theft and fraud cases, including federal charges in federal courts across the United States.

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From his law office in Irvine, theft charge attorney Ron Cordova represents clients charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses in Orange County and communities throughout Southern California. Along with defending clients in local and state court in California, he represents clients charged with federal offenses in federal courts across the United States. To schedule a free initial consultation, call toll free at 949-769-2175 or contact the office by email as soon as possible.

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