Santa Ana, California is the most populous city in Orange County, with an estimated population of 339,555 as of 2007. If current estimates hold true, Santa Ana’s population will have grown to 355,662 by 2009. Santa Ana, according to the 2000 United States Census, is one of the most densely populated cities in the United States (of cities that have more than 300,000 people), with 12,471.5 people per square mile, ranking behind only New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago. With such a dense population, alleged crimes of theft and burglary are known to be prominent, and with the help of skilled Santa Ana theft defense lawyers, those accused can receive a fair trial and the legal representation and counsel they need.
Santa Ana is the corporate headquarters for companies such as First American Corporation and Behr Paint, and houses the regional headquarters for Xerox and T-Mobile. Though commercial growth has slowed in years past, with the nearby city of Irvine outpacing Santa Ana, new growth continues to contribute to Santa Ana’s economy and financial well-being.
Boosting a projected population growth of about 5% over the last two years, from 2007-2009, Santa Ana is home to numerous people. However, an increase in population growth often translates to an increase in crime rate. Though Santa Ana’s crime rates are below the national average in most instances (arson and vehicle theft are two of the few exceptions), overall Santa Ana theft and burglary crimes are a problem nevertheless. In 2006, Santa Ana, CA reported 8,630 property crimes, a clear indication that the area is in need of a skilled theft and burglary lawyer who can defend those who are unrightfully accused.
At Wallin & Klarich, our dedicated lawyers have years of experience handling both theft and burglary cases. Our skilled Santa Ana burglary defense attorneys will examine every aspect of your case, and will help prove you innocent of wrongdoing. Please call us today for a case evaluation or visit www.wklaw.com and we will see to it that your rights are upheld every step of the way.