Lindsay Lohan Prepares to Fight Charges in Grand Theft Case

On Friday, February 18 criminal defense attorney Stephen Sitkoff from the criminal defense law firm of Takakjian & Sitkoff was on ABC News’ show “Good Morning America” to discuss the development of Lindsay Lohan’s grand theft case, for which she is facing a possible three year prison sentence if convicted.

According to ABC News, the infamous actress was charged recently with a felony that stems from the disappearance of a $2,500 necklace from a boutique in Venice, CA in January. On Tuesday, February 2 the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) began an investigation of the actress in connection with the possible theft of the necklace.

In relation to what Lohan needs to do regarding to the case and her public image, Sitkoff states, “Lindsay needs to do the things she needs to do in order to show the court that she’s living differently.” According to the video, Lohan is attending AA meetings and is taking her charges seriously.

The recent charges of grand theft against Lindsay Lohan show that every criminal charge has grave penalties. Whether you have been accused of a misdemeanor or a felony in California, skills and experience of a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer can make the difference between whether you serve time in jail, are able to be granted probation, or if you are given alternative sentencing. If you have been accused of theft in California, contact Takakjian & Sitkoff to learn more about what legal options are available to you. Call 866-430-8383 to schedule a free consultation today.

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