Get Formers Prosecutors to Represent Your Theft Case
Theft crimes range from shoplifting a minor item to embezzling millions of dollars. Proving identification is the linchpin in the prosecution's case. One common way to prove identification is by eyewitness identification. Eyewitness testimony, when available, can be challenged in court, especially in cases involving insurance fraud, identity theft, stolen property, commercial burglary, and shoplifting, prosecutors often rely on witnesses who may have only observed a suspect from a distance or short period of time or at night. As former prosecutors, our theft crimes attorneys at the Law Office of Pilchman & Kay, A Professional Law Corporation, understand the elements needed by the police and prosecutor in theft crime cases.
If you or a loved one has been arrested for any theft crime, our lawyers will defend you from the outset of any criminal investigation. We will advise you prior to any criminal filing and be there if there is an arrest. We can help you locate an inmate online at the Orange County Jail or check on the status of your case online from the Orange County Superior Court. Regardless of the evidence involved, we have the experience and resources needed to challenge the charges against you and negotiate with prosecutors when it is in your best interest to do so.
To schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your case, contact our firm today at (949) 558-0042.
Well-Versed in All Types of Theft Crimes
At the Law Office of Pilchman & Kay, A Professional Law Corporation, we are prepared to attack the mishandling of evidence, contradictory eyewitness testimony, and unsubstantiated conclusions on the part of prosecutors. We work with private investigators, forensic computer experts, handwriting analysts, and other professionals in analyzing and challenging the evidence against our clients.
We represent individuals charged with committing the following kinds of theft crimes:
- Real estate fraud
- Auto insurance fraud
- Medical insurance fraud
- Petty theft
- Identity theft
- Employee theft
- Credit card theft
- Grand theft auto
- Receiving stolen property
What to Do if the Police Want to Talk to You?
When dealing with the police it is important to remember you cannot talk your way out of being arrested. Once you have been taken into custody, trying to convince the police of your innocence will not result get you released. Instead, anything you say voluntarily will likely be used against you in court, especially if it contradicts evidence collected and what others have already told the police. If you have already been arrested or have reason to believe you are under investigation, consult our Irvine criminal defense attorneys to ensure your rights are protected.
What to Do If the Police Claims That They Have You on Video?
Regardless of whether you have been charged with stealing from your employer, receiving stolen goods, or engaging in credit card fraud, do not assume everything the police tell you is true. Police officers often use deceptive tactics when questioning suspects and may tell you they have you committing a crime on surveillance tape.
Video footage is often of poor quality, providing unclear images that can be challenged effectively in court. Additionally, especially in credit card theft cases, it is not uncommon for prosecutors to try and connect you to other similar theft crimes that have occurred in the past. For these reasons, it is important to admit to nothing until you consult our experienced criminal defense lawyer in Irvine.
We Are Prepared to Fight for You
Whether you need an Orange County credit card fraud lawyer or an attorney who understands how to negotiate a burglary case, contact our skilled Irvine criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Pilchman & Kay, A Professional Law Corporation, for effective representation at competitive rates. We can make a difference in helping you obtain the most favorable outcome possible for your case.
Schedule a free confidential consultation when you call our firm at (949) 558-0042 or contact us online.