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California Possession of Stolen Property Attorneys Possession of stolen property in California, as defined by Penal Code section 496, involves any person who buys, receives, conceals, sells or withholds any property that they know is stolen.  There are three elements to this crime – that property was stolen, the accused person received the property and…

California Fraud Attorneys If you are facing fraud charges in Southern California, you need to hire an experienced fraud defense attorney to make sure you get the best representation possible.  At our Newport Beach and Beverly Hills law offices, you will find a former Deputy District Attorney with the courtroom skills necessary to aggressively defend…

California Real Estate Fraud Attorneys Real estate fraud in California can be defined as any criminal conduct that is related to real estate, but the most common types of real estate fraud include antitrust fraud, mortgage fraud, elder financial fraud and foreclosure rescue scams. Antitrust real estate fraud in California involves crimes committed by people…

California Forgery Attorneys If you are facing forgery or check fraud charges in California, as defined by Penal Code section 470, you need to hire an experienced fraud defense attorney to make sure you get the best representation possible.  At our Newport Beach and Beverly Hills law offices, you will find a former Deputy District…

California Auto Theft Attorney THREE TYPES OF AUTO THEFT: There are three main types of crimes that can be charged involving the theft of a vehicle – Penal Code section 215 (carjacking), Penal Code section 487(d)(1) (grand theft auto) and Vehicle Code section 10851 (joyriding). Carjacking, pursuant to Penal Code section 215, is defined as…

California Robbery Attorneys Robbery in California is defined by Penal Code section 211 as the felonious taking of personal property in the possession of another, from his immediate presence and against his will, accomplished by means of force or fear.  Fear is defined by Penal Code section 212 as fear of injury to the person…

Burglary Overview Burglary is defined as entering a building with the intent to commit theft or the intent to commit a felony.  There are two types of burglary in California – first degree burglary (aka residential burglary) and second degree burglary (aka commercial burglary), defined by Penal Code sections 459 and 460. First degree burglary…

California Theft Attorneys In California, theft is defined as taking property from another owner with the intent to keep it.  There are two main types of theft crimes – petty theft and grand theft.   The most common type of theft is petty theft.  As defined by Penal Code section 488, petty theft usually involves the…

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