A 45-year old Ventura woman was arrested for vehicle theft earlier this month. Ventura police were called to the scene of a domestic disturbance. As police arrived, they saw Oak View resident Lacy Green leaving the area in a Honda minivan.
Vehicle theft arrest leads to drug possession charges
When police contacted Green later, they discovered that the minivan had recently been the subject of a vehicle theft report from Oak View. The police arrested Green and determined that she was also in possession of a controlled substance at the time of her arrest. She was booked into the Ventura County Jail on vehicle theft and drug possession charges.
If you’ve been arrested in Ventura County for a serious felony like vehicle theft, or are facing additional charges for drug possession, you need the assistance of an experienced Ventura criminal defense attorney. Robert Helfend has established an excellent reputation as a criminal defense attorney in Ventura County. He is diligent and aggressive in the defense of his clients’ rights.
When you hire Robert Helfend to defend you, you get more than just the name on the door. Unlike some other criminal defense attorneys, Robert Helfend handles each client case personally, so you can always be certain that you are receiving the full benefit of his extensive criminal defense experience. Your case will never be referred to a junior attorney or an associate.
Felony convictions have serious consequences in California. Repeat convictions can put your long-term freedom at risk through California’s Three Strikes Law. That’s why you need a criminal defense attorney who will work aggressively to get serious felony charges like vehicle theft reduced or dropped altogether.
A courtroom is no place to take a chance on inexperience. 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 vehicle theft case.
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