Redding Theft Defense Lawyer
Shasta County Shoplifting Charges Attorney
At my firm, Joe Gazzigli, Attorney at Law in Redding, California, I defend people accused of all types of theft charges. I have more than 35 years of experience in the field of criminal defense, and I believe in aggressively defending clients at all stages of the legal process.
If you have been charged with burglary, robbery or shoplifting, do not take chances with your future. I will fight for your rights and freedom.
My firm defends people accused of all types of property crimes, including:
- Petty theft and grand theft
- First-degree burglary and second-degree burglary
- Auto burglary
- Armed robbery
- Fraud and embezzlement
- Other alleged theft crimes
Contact my firm for a consultation about a burglary, robbery or shoplifting case with a Redding theft defense attorney.
Defending Your Rights and Freedom
Every theft charge should be vigorously defended. In some cases, only a tenacious defense at trial will do. In others, plea agreements or probation may be the best possible outcome.
I will thoroughly review the circumstances of your case and explain your legal options. Based on your direction, I will then work hard to achieve your goals.
California laws regarding burglary charges make distinctions between residential burglary (first degree) and commercial burglary (second degree). They also clearly state that the intention to steal is a critical element that must be demonstrated if a burglary charge is to stick.
I will carefully examine every aspect of your case, including the circumstances of your alleged entry into the premises, your purpose in being there and any other relevant facts. I will challenge the prosecutor’s assertions and theory of the case. I will present alternative explanations for what happened and other arguments on your behalf. I will fight for you every step of the way.
You can count on Joe Gazzigli, Attorney at Law to do everything I can to obtain the best possible outcome for you.
Contact a Lawyer Today
Call me at 530-241-6900 or send an e-mail for a consultation about your case.