Complexities in Automobile Burglaries (PC 459)

By: Wallin & Klarich

An individual charged with automobile burglary in Los Angeles (PC 459) would do well to seek the assistance of a Southern California defense attorney. This charge is a wobbler, meaning it may be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony; however, a felony burglary conviction can mean serving time in state prison. California law distinguishes …

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Southland Burglars Impersonate City Employees (PC 459 and 529)

By: Wallin & Klarich

If you are facing a burglary charge, the Los Angeles burglary defense attorneys at Wallin & Klarich may be able to help. Burglary is a strike offense in California; receiving a conviction can seriously impair your ability to work or find housing. A string of recent burglaries in the Southland are thought to be connected. …

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Orange County Man Arrested for Burglary After Victim Writes Down His License Plate

By: Wallin & Klarich

A cypress man was arrested on suspicion of burglary after a homeowner walked in on him while in the act. Kris Do Young Shin, 31, was arrested Friday thanks in large part to the calm nature in which the victim handled herself. No word yet on whether or not Shin has retained a criminal defense …

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Los Angeles Teen In Custody on Suspicion of Residential Burglary

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A Los Angeles teen is going to need a top notch Orange County criminal defense attorney after being caught trying to break into a home in Newport Beach and for being in possession of items stolen during an earlier home invasion. Marvion Templeton, 18, was arrested on suspicion of residential burglary after neighbors reported a …

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Burglars Make Off With $5 Million in Cash and Jewlery in Home Invasion

By: Wallin & Klarich

A group of burglars made off with a safe containing nearly $5 million in cash and jewels from a Los Angeles home two weeks ago. Police know that there must have been at least two people involved in the heist and probably more, as the safe weighed in at 500 lbs. If caught, the culprits …

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Thieves Break Into Courthouse and Make Off with $3 Million in Gold

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In a story straight out of the wild wild west, two men broke into the Siskiyou County courthouse in the early morning hours and smashed open a display case containing approximately $3 million in gold nuggets. This particular act of burglary was brazen to say the least, and if caught, the duo will need one …

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