The forceful or violent takeover of another person’s vehicle from him or her is a felony and can result in long-term consequences. If convicted of carjacking, a defendant can be sentenced to state prison for three, five, or nine years. Additional charges may apply, however, if the defendant is charged with assault and battery or murder pursuant to the carjacking charge. When charged with a felony, it is crucial that a defendant contact a qualified and diligent criminal defense attorney. At The FIRM LA, a robbery defense lawyer can help guarantee that your legal rights are protected, among them, the right to a speedy trial by a jury of peers, and due process of the law. We have tried hundreds of criminal cases and have accrued numerous case victories.
Retaining skilled legal representation is essential if you have been charged with robbery.
An attorney from our firm will work tirelessly to ensure that you or a loved one is given a proper defense.