An Ojai man was arrested and charged with grand theft, burglary, weapons charges and a parole violation in connection with a residential burglary earlier this month. The man allegedly broke into the home of an acquaintance and took jewelry valued at nearly $10,000 and a small caliber handgun. The suspect, Ronald Zirpolo, Jr., was already on parole on the time of his arrest.
Police arrested Zirpolo when he attempted to pawn the stolen jewelry just hours after the burglary. Most of the stolen jewelry was recovered, along with the handgun and about 200 rounds of ammunition. His bail was set at $120,000.
If you’ve been arrested for theft, grand theft or possession of stolen property, Ventura criminal defense attorney Robert Helfend can help. With more than 30 years of practice experience in criminal defense in Southern California, Mr. Helfend has established a solid reputation as an aggressive criminal defense attorney. He takes grand theft cases in Ventura County.
Mr. Helfend’s first priority in your case will be to get the charges against you dropped. If that’s not possible, he will seek a reduction in the severity of the charges, and aggressively defend your Constitutional rights in court.
You will always get the benefit of Mr. Helfend’s experience because he handles each case personally. He will not pass your grand theft defense off to a less experienced attorney once you have retained his firm. His case history successful criminal defense speaks for itself. Based on his extensive criminal defense experience and his aggressive style of defense, Mr. Helfend has been able to get even the most serious charges against his clients dropped.
Don’t leave your grand theft case in the hands of an inexperienced or unaggressive defense attorney. This is especially important when you already have existing convictions for other felonies, or you are on parole.
Contact Robert Helfend or call toll-free at (800) 834-6434, (805) 273-5611, (310) 456-3317 or (818) 591-2809 for an immediate consultation on your Ventura County grand theft case.
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