Mission Viejo, Orange County – Last Saturday two men reportedly armed with guns robbed $150,000 worth of merchandise from the Jared Galleria of Jewelry in the 28000 block of Marguerite Parkway in Mission Viejo, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department. Sheriff detectives believe these are the same men who robbed Pacific Park Jewelers in Laguna Niguel on January 20, where $50,000 in jewelry was stolen. It still remains to be seen what the District Attorney plans to charge the suspects with, if they're caught. At Law Offices of Michael Guisti, a Costa Mesa Theft crime attorney, who specializes in theft crimes and robbery cases says the suspects could be facing several potential serious charges. Well, to begin with the Orange County defense attorney says robbery under PC 211, which is taking someone else's property from the person's body or immediate possession when accomplished by force or fear, is a felony offense punishable by two to nine years in the state prison. The criminal defense attorney in Santa Ana says in almost all robbery cases they're usually more charges attached and in this case the suspects will likely be charged with PC 487 grand theft since the amount total is alleged to be more than $950. Under California's Three-Strikes Law, according to the Huntington Beach defense attorney who specializes in grand theft cases, robbery is a strike. California's robbery law is what's known as a "violent felony," according to one Seal Beach defense attorney who says a PC 211 conviction will result in a "strike" on your criminal record pursuant to California's Three Strike's Law. Though not a likely defense for these suspects, the Newport Beach criminal attorney says if you do take someone else's property but did so without using force or fear you would not violate PC 211. However, you could be guilty of PC 503, California's embezzlement law. Since a gun is alleged to have been used during this robbery a Westminster criminal attorney says if convicted of robbery that triggers PC 12021 PC, which is California's "felon with a firearm" law where you will lose your right to own, possess, purchase, or receive a firearm for life. Furthermore, according to the Tustin criminal defense attorney, it could also trigger PC 12022.53, California's "10-20-life 'use a gun and you're done'" law. According to the Southern California defense attorney the law imposes mandatory minimum prison terms for using firearms in the commission of certain felonies. According to the law, one could be sentenced for 10 years in prison for "using" a gun, 20 years for firing a gun, and 25 years to life for killing or seriously injuring another person with a gun. If you're facing a complex case please call the California criminal defense lawyers of Law Offices of Michael L. Guisti. Micheal L. Guisit provides high quality representation with decades of experience. Our Orange County robbery crime attorneys have successfully represented and defended clients against theft charges in Newport Beach, Santa Ana, Fullerton, Huntington Beach, Westminster, Tustin, Irvine, and cities throughout the Orange County, Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside. Call us at (714) 530-9690 or (888) 478-8999 for a free consultation with our skilled Fullerton criminal attorney or Santa Ana criminal lawyer or Westminster criminal defense lawyer specialized in Orange County robbery crimes. We'll help get you through it.
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