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What Are the Most Common Crimes Charged in California?

Anyone can be accused of a misdemeanor or a felony but anyone who is facing charges of a crime in California can benefit from the insight of a practicing criminal defense attorney. A defense attorney should give you an honest appraisal of your chances when you meet with him or her for the first time and will be likely to spring into action to give you an overview of all the possible opportunities to avoid the criminal consequences of a conviction. Certain crimes are more likely to be charged across California than others but no matter how you find yourself in need of support from a criminal defense attorney, you should schedule a consultation sooner rather than later and exercise your right to remain silent until you’ve talked to your lawyer. The most commonly charged crimes in California include:

  • Drug charges, including misdemeanors and felonies.
  • Battery and assault.
  • Public nuisance ordinance violations.
  • Robbery and theft claims
  • DUI
  • Trespassing
  • Burglary
  • Domestic violence.
  • Weapons charges.

If you’ve been accused of multiple crimes at the same time, you should set up a time to speak to a criminal defense attorney who has represented other individuals in this situation. You might not know what the future holds but an attorney will be able to tell you what evidence the other side may have against you and how the prosecutors and other authorities intend to pursue a case against you. Your lawyer will work as hard as possible to figure out whether or not any evidence was obtained illegally or whether or not any violations of your rights occurred that could call into question the entirety of the prosecution’s case. The sooner you speak to a lawyer, the better your chances of success.

Even if you’re not dealing with the possible outcomes of a commonly charged crime, you deserve to know what you’re up against and to have a lawyer who can help you through each phase of your case.If you’re not sure of the evidence against you, your lawyer can get involved quickly to research the best defense strategies for you.