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Get the best chance of receiving a charge reduction or diversion with help from Huntington Beach CA petty theft attorney Dan E. Chambers

The typical penalty for a first-time misdemeanor petty theft conviction is summary probation, up to 6 months in jail, and/or a fine of up to $1,000. However, with help from expert petty theft attorney in Huntington Beach CA Chambers Law Firm, you may be able to get the misdemeanor charge reduced to an infraction, which carries no jail time and a fine of no more than $250.

Why Choose Dan E. Chambers as your Petty Theft Lawyer in Huntington Beach CA

No matter how simple or complicated your case may seem, it is always in your interests to have a skilled petty theft lawyer in Huntington Beach CA on your side. Don’t waive your right to counsel, and don’t just assume the public defender will be good enough. The first reason to hire an attorney like Dan with specific knowledge of petty theft is that Dan will be able to ensure that all options for resolving your case are explored. This includes seeking charge reduction or diversion, pushing for charges to be dropped, and of course defending you in court. Also, Dan is a truly dedicated Huntington Beach CA petty theft attorney who will work hard for you and actually care about the outcome of your case. An overworked public defender might not be so caring. Dan gives his cell phone number to every client and handles every case personally from start to finish, devoting ample time to all the activities needed to build a solid case for your defense.

Possible Defenses for Petty Theft

Depending on how many priors you may have and the strength of the prosecution’s evidence, it may be in your best interests to enter a guilty plea and seek a deal. In other cases, you may want to fight back in court. As your Huntington Beach CA petty theft lawyer, Dan will work hard to gather evidence to support the defense that applies to your case:

  • You did not intend to steal or shoplift the item
  • The item actually belonged to you or you reasonably believed it did
  • The person who owned the item consented to you taking it
  • The evidence against you was obtained illegally
  • It was a complete case of mistaken identity

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For help with petty theft charges, call Chambers Law Firm 714-760-4088. We’ll set up a free consultation with expert Huntington Beach CA petty theft lawyer Dan E. Chambers so you can learn more about how we can help secure the most favorable outcome possible in your specific case.

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