Dan E. Chambers will fight for you as your grand theft auto attorney in Santa Ana CA.
Have you been arrested based on an alleged vehicle theft? You’re probably feeling pretty worried about how to resolve this situation. After all, grand theft auto is a serious crime. A felony conviction could result in large fines and significant prison time. The best way to protect yourself from any undeserved or unduly harsh penalties is to hire Dan E. Chambers as your grand theft auto attorney in Santa Ana CA right now.
Why Choose Dan E. Chambers as your Grand Theft Auto Attorney in Santa Ana CA
Dan E. Chambers is an award-winning defense attorney you can trust to fight aggressively for you. One important benefit of choosing Dan as your grand theft auto attorney in Santa Ana CA is that you will get personal, individualized attention from Dan E. Chambers himself, not a paralegal or other underling. Dan can be reached on his cell whenever you need him. Chambers Law Firm will work with your budget to make sure you get the defense services 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 Santa Ana CA, you will receive a personalized defense strategy that takes your goals for the resolution of the case into consideration. Depending on the facts of the case, he may be able to:
- Get Charges Dropped: As a former Deputy District Attorney, Dan understands the elements that the prosecution must prove in order to secure a conviction. 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: Even if the evidence against you is strong, Dan won’t give up on helping you. Instead, he will negotiate with the prosecutor and DA for a fair and favorable plea deal that exposes you to the most lenient penalty possible.
- 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?
Intent is a key element of the crime of grand theft auto. If the prosecution cannot prove you intended to deprive the owner of the vehicle, you cannot be convicted of grand theft auto. However, you can be convicted of joyriding. If you are a first time offender, joyriding will most likely be charged with a misdemeanor, exposing you to lesser penalties. Even if you are charged with felony joyriding, a conviction for this offense is not viewed as prejudicially as a grand theft auto conviction. As your grand theft auto attorney in Santa Ana CA, Dan E. Chambers will carefully analyze the prosecution’s evidence regarding your intent at the time of the alleged crime to see if you can benefit from the reduced charge of joyriding.
Start Building Your Defense Today
For a free initial consultation with Chambers Law Firm, please contact us at 855-397-0210.