Other Courthouses – Theft / Robbery Results
Our office defends those accused of theft / robbery in courts all across Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Ventura counties.
Theft / robbery cases are handled differently between counties and even between courthouses within the county. Riverside, for example, is quite strict with even first-time Theft/Robbery’s, as is Ventura.
Los Angeles County is generally not so tough.
The following results are meant to just give the reader a broad overview of what our office has been fortunate enough to negotiate in various other courthouses.
Please click on the case summaries below to read a detailed description of our theft cases by courthouse.BANNING COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
COMPTON COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Banning, Shoplifting from Outlet Mall, Diversion Granted
EL MONTE COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Compton, Shoplifting at Carson JCPenney, Judicial Diversion
FULLERTON COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
El Monte, Six Counts Of Felony P.C. § 476(A) For Check Kiting, With Prior Theft Conviction, 90 Days County Jail
INGLEWOOD COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Fullerton, Shoplifting From Costco, Client Age 59, Diversion
LOS ANGELES COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Hawthorne, Client Shoplifting Several DVD’s from Costco, Case Filed in Inglewood Courthouse, Case Resolved for Disturbing the Peace (Penal Code § 415(2))
Inglewood Courthouse, Client Shoplifts from Michael’s, No Prior Record, Case Dismissed After Client Pays $200 Booking Fee
PASADENA COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Client Steals Identity of Eight U.S. Army Soldiers Serving in Afghanistan, Opens Accounts in Their Names, Takes Over $200,000, Faces 47 Years in State Prison, Case Resolved for Seven Years at Half-Time
RANCHO CUCAMONGA COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Pasadena, Client Shoplifts $145 Worth of Items from Target, Case Negotiated to Trespassing (Penal Code § 602) and $100 Fine
Pasadena, Clients Arrested for Scheme of Buying I-Pads and Returning Empty Boxes, Weighing the Same, Receiving Cash Refund at Five Different Stores, Face 15 Years in State Prison, Resolved for No Prison and Probation with 400 Hours of Cal-Trans
VAN NUYS COURTHOUSE THEFT / ROBBERY RESULTS
Rancho Cucamonga, P.C. § 487(A) Grand Theft and P.C. 459 Second Degree Commercial Burglary Reduced To Disturbing the Peace P.C. § 415
Van Nuys, Client Shoplifts 79 Items from Michael’s, Diversion Granted
WESTMINSTER COURTHOUSE THEFT/ROBBERY RESULTS
- Westminster Court, Shoplifting at Sephora, Diversion