Types of Embezzlement Charges
According to California Penal Code Section 503, embezzlement is defined as “the fraudulent appropriation of property by a person to whom it has been entrusted.” This definition of property does include money, typically making embezzlement considered a white collar crime. There are several types of embezzlement charges, each of which can come with serious financial and personal penalties if a defendant is convicted.
The attorneys at the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., work hard to ensure that San Jose defendants facing embezzlement charges are well aware of their rights in this situation and get the help they need. With a defense attorney’s support, many people facing such charges are successfully able to fight conviction.
Several Embezzlement Charges
There are numerous charges a person might face that fall under the broader heading of embezzlement. These charges include the following:
- False Billing
- Employee Theft
- Employee Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Illegal Transfer of Money or Property
Being convicted of any of these charges could mean jail time, hefty financial penalties, and much more. However, every person facing criminal charges has the right to defend themselves in a court of law.
Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney in San Jose
An experienced attorney at the Law Office of Daniel Jensen, P.C., can help you fight to protect your rights and freedoms when you are facing embezzlement charges. With our years of experience handling such charges, we can help you build a strong defense that is more likely to protect you against conviction and penalty. Contact our offices today at (408) 296-4100 to learn more.