Dan E. Chambers will fight for you as your grand theft auto attorney in Claremont CA.
Have you been arrested for grand theft auto? You’re right to be worried. Though grand theft auto is technically a wobbler, in practice it is almost always charged as felony. You could face up to 3 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $10,000 if convicted. Obviously, with so much at stake, you need a skilled grand theft auto attorney in Claremont CA on your side.
Why Choose Dan E. Chambers as your Grand Theft Auto Attorney in Claremont CA
After over 20 years as a defense attorney, Chambers Law Firm definitely has the skills and experience required to present a strong defense for your case. When you hire Dan as your grand theft auto attorney in Claremont CA, you will receive his direct cell phone number as well as personal attention with every step of your case. Chambers Law Firm always strives to provide representation that fits in your budget, and we will work with you to make sure you get the help you need in a way you can afford.
Get the Right Defense Strategy for Your Case
When you choose Dan E. Chambers as your grand theft auto attorney in Claremont CA, you will receive a personalized defense strategy that takes your goals for the resolution of the case into consideration. Depending on the circumstances, Dan can work to:
- Get Charges Dropped: Thanks to his early career as a prosecutor, Dan knows how to quickly and accurately identify the most important elements of the prosecution’s case. He will work hard to undermine these elements whenever possible, weakening the prosecution’s evidence so that they have no choice but to drop the case against you.
- Secure a Plea Deal: If the prosecution has a really strong case, it is probably to your advantage to plead guilty. Dan can advise you of this and make sure you receive a fair plea deal.
- Defend You At Trial: If your case needs to be tried in court, Dan will stand beside you, working hard to protect your rights and interests at every step of the proceedings.
Now You May Wonder…
…What If I Didn’t Intend to Keep the Car?
If you “borrowed” a car without permission and took it for a ride, but did not actually intend to steal it–or if the prosecution cannot prove any intent to steal–you cannot be convicted of grand theft auto. However, you can be convicted of joyriding. If you must be convicted of anything, it is better to be convicted of joyriding. This crime can be charged as a misdemeanor and it will not look as bad on your criminal record. As your grand theft auto attorney in Claremont CA, Dan E. Chambers will definitely consider the possibility of substituting a joyriding charge for a grand theft auto charge whenever possible.
Start Building Your Defense Today
For a free initial consultation with Chambers Law Firm, please contact us at 714-760-4088.