Embezzlement Lawyer Serving in Rancho Cucamonga
Fight Your Charges with Our Firm
At the Law Offices of John D. Lueck, our skilled embezzlement lawyer and legal team have extensive experience with handling embezzlement law and successfully protecting the rights of our clients. Over the past 40 years, we have defended over 7,000 clients in and out of court. Throughout that course of time, we equipped ourselves with the tools and knowledge necessary to provide all our clients with proficient, aggressive, and personalized legal services.
As a result, we have a comprehensive understanding of criminal defense law and embezzlement law, in particular. We strive to know all of the laws, policies, paperwork, and procedures that are related to your specific situation. You can trust our experienced San Bernardino embezzlement lawyer and legal team to help you today.
Contact Law Offices of John D. Lueck online or call us at (909) 484-1963 to schedule a free consultation with our attorney today.
Defending You & Your Rights
If you have been charged with embezzlement, it can be a confusing and intimidating occurrence. You may not know who to contact, what evidence you should collect, or even where to start. Fortunately, our San Bernardino embezzlement lawyer and legal team know exactly how to help. Our attorney will work closely with you and keep you up-to-date about any new developments in your case so you can make well-informed decisions about your future. Regardless of how you want to proceed, we will support you and be with you every step of the way throughout your legal experience.
These are several possible defenses against embezzlement in California:
- Claim of authority – you can display that the allegedly embezzled property was properly taken during your scope of duties via a trust instrument, power of attorney, or other arrangement involving the actions of a third-party
- Claim of good faith – you can show that you took the allegedly embezzled property with a good faith belief of title. This defense most likely will not work if you kept the property for compensation owed to you.
- No demand – if the owner of the property did not demand it back, you may be able to give a defense of neglect or other non-criminal reason for not returning it. If they do ask and you reject their request, it may show criminal intent on your part, even if you did not intend to do so.
Call us at (909) 484-1963 to schedule a free case evaluation and get your case started with our San Bernardino embezzlement lawyer today.