RIVERSIDE CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
If you are being investigated or have been arrested for a crime, understanding the charges that you may be facing is important. The Law Offices of H. Christopher Coburn have been offering legal guidance in the Riverside area for over 28 years and can provide you with legal counsel in the following areas:
Driving under the Influence of alcohol or a controlled and/or illegal substance, depending on the amount of offense, can result in extensive fines, the loss of your driver’s license, mandatory attendance at DUI school and jail time. Hiring an attorney, who is familiar with the DUI procedure and policies, will help properly investigate the circumstances regarding your arrest. If you feel like you have been wrongly accused, or rightly charged but are unaware of the consequences, call our office today.
Fraud is the intentional deception made to secure unfair or unlawful personal gain or to willfully damage another individual. With the many different classifications for fraud and abundant laws, it is imperative that you seek legal representation for your defense. The Law Offices of H. Christopher Coburn is well versed in all forms of fraud and has successfully defended many different types of fraud cases.
An individual may be charged with assault and battery if they threaten to harm or carry out harm against another. If you have been accused of either assault or battery, know your rights and understand the penalties you could face. For experienced representation in any misdemeanor or felony assault and battery matter, contact the Law Offices of H. Christopher Coburn today and schedule a consultation.
Under the California Penal Code 459, burglary is defined as entering into any sort of structure, room or locked vehicle with the purpose of committing either a theft of a felony. Burglary can take place in many different forms, which results in a broad variety of penalties. If you are facing burglary accusations, obtaining legal counsel will help investigate your case and put together a solid defense on your behalf.
Has your child been accused of a crime? If your child was arrested for a crime, the arresting officer has the discretion to either release the child to the parent’s custody or take them directly to juvenile hall. The juvenile justice system in the state of California aims to treat and rehabilitate juvenile offenders so that they may become productive and positive members of society. With the help of the Law Offices of H. Christopher Coburn, you and your family can quickly resolve the charges and focus on moving forward.
Theft crimes can encompass a broad range of misdemeanor and felony charges. Depending on the value of the property stolen, the charges can be a misdemeanor petty theft or a felony grand theft. The Law Offices of H. Christopher Coburn have been representing clients throughout the Riverside Country who have been charged with a wide array of theft crimes for more than 28 years.
California Penal Code 602 Trespass restricts entering into someone’s property with the intent to infringe his or her rights. There are four common infringements on someone’s property rights:
- Entering someone’s property with the intent to damage
- Entering someone’s property with the intent to interfere with their business
- Entering and occupying someone else’s property without consent
- Refusing to leave the property after being commanded to
There are many ways mentioned in the California Penal Code 602 to commit trespassing. Hiring an experienced attorney can help educate you on the laws of trespassing and reduce the charges against you.
Shoplifting is a theft crime and is one of the most commonly prosecuted crimes in the state of California. If you are proven guilty of shoplifting, you could be facing extensive fines and jail time. Having a confident and experienced criminal defense attorney can greatly help your case. If you have been charged, call the Law Offices of H. Christopher Coburn today and learn about your rights.
WHITE COLLAR CRIMES
A white collar crime is any crime in which an individual uses his or her position of trust and confidence to obtain monetary gain from a company or business. These crimes could involve anything from grand theft, counterfeiting bills, fraud, bribery, forgery or embezzlement. White collar crimes carry heavy penalties, such as extensive fines, prison time, and probation.
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