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Tireless Defense Against Theft Crimes

In the state of California, theft crimes are defined by one common principle: taking an object from someone else without permission with the intent of depriving them of that property. This definition makes theft one of the most expansive types of crimes, with numerous different types and widely-varying penalties. However, each of them features potentially serious consequences if you are convicted, meaning you should not hesitate to seek assistance from a Walnut Creek criminal defense lawyer.

Attorney Michael Cardoza, Esq. is well-versed in theft crime law, having spent 14 years as a prosecutor throughout the state. Today, he and his skilled team at Cardoza Law Offices, Inc. have dedicated their practice to standing up on behalf of those facing criminal theft accusations by providing them with a trustworthy ally and exceptional, unwavering defense through every step of their case. Attorney Cardoza is fully-capable of handling all types of cases, including high-profile cases requiring media appearances. Our dedication to our clients and ethical practices has earned us numerous accolades, including a perfect 10.0 Superb rating from Avvo and selection to Super Lawyers®.

Accused of a theft crime? Get Help from Cardoza Law Offices, Inc. today by calling 925.523.7468 to schedule a free initial consultation!

Types of Theft Crimes

Theft comes in many different forms, and the unique details that define your case mean that you should be sure your attorney can help you fight back with an individually-tailored strategy. At Cardoza Law Offices, Inc., we understand the seriousness of your charges and the impact they can have on your life, which is why we put your best interests at the center of each case and all our decisions.

We may be able to help you if you are accused of:

  • Shoplifting
  • Petty theft
  • Grand theft
  • Carjacking
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Receiving stolen property

With theft crimes, the penalties could be as unique as your charges, since each is influenced by the value and type of property stolen, the nature of your victim, and more. Trust your case to an attorney who is flexible and can adapt their advocacy and decision making to match your exact circumstances.

Let us help you with your case! Contact Cardoza Law Offices, Inc. online now.