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Ventura Criminal Justice Attorney

There Are Many Other Crimes We Routinely Defend

There are many crimes that can be committed in California. To address each one in this web site would be impossible. For example, here is a brief, non-inclusive list of other specific offenses that may be brought in California and for which Paul Tyler offers legal representation:

  • False Imprisonment
  • Stalking
  • Mayhem
  • Torture
  • Kidnapping
  • Child abduction
  • Larceny
  • Embezzlement
  • Misappropriation of public funds
  • Diversion of construction funds
  • False pretenses
  • Unlawful taking of a vehicle
  • Receiving Stolen Property
  • Extortion
  • Looting
  • Possession of burglary tools
  • Check fraud
  • False advertising
  • Computer crimes
  • Malicious Mischief
  • Vandalism
  • Animal Cruelty

Some of the crimes listed above are serious, some are felonies, and some are less serious misdemeanors. But each one carries possible prison or jail time.

Attorney Paul Tyler practices almost exclusively in Ventura County, California. Therefore, he knows ALL of the prosecutors and ALL of the judges that may handle your case in that County. He is well‑versed in all aspects of fighting criminal charges, and will thoroughly review all of the evidence in your case in order to develop a strong defense. Sometimes it is best to fight the case, while other times it is best to work out a favorable disposition in order to secure the minimum possible penalties.

To learn more, please call Paul Tyler at 805-889-9000. He will answer your call personally… you will not be required to go through a secretary, paralegal or associate attorney. Call for a free consultation.

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