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California Criminal Defense Lawyer
California Criminal Defense Attorney


We work with experienced Criminal Defense Attorney's in Ventura County, California. We provide state and federal Criminal Defense Attorney referrals to individuals facing major crimes.

Need a Criminal Defense Lawyer in Los Angeles?

"Representative government and trial by jury are the heart and lungs of liberty. Without them we have no other fortification against being ridden like horses, fleeced like sheep, worked like cattle and fed and clothed like swine and hounds." -- John Adams (1774)

When people are charged with a crime in Los Angeles County, CA they face the real prospect of incarceration. What's worse is that the damage can extend even to the accused's family in many ways. Where a crime has been perpetrated the accused must acknowledge the damage that may have been done to any innocent victim. While we don't claim the ability to undo harms already done, we are here to provide finest and most ethical legal defense you'll find anywhere.

Arrested in Los Angeles County or you are the Target of an Investigation?

  • You have the right to a defense lawyer – Use this right!
  • Anything you say will be used against you – Say Nothing without a defense attorney present!
  • You have questions about an arrest – Call today a free consultation!

A criminal conviction in Los Angeles County can bring with it probation, parole, large fines, forced registration with law enforcement, and perhaps most damaging, a record that severely hinders even the most rehabilitated - sometimes for the rest of their lives. The right to legal counsel is a fundamental right of criminal defendants under the U.S. Constitution.
California also has one of the largest crime rates in the U. S. Los Angeles, CAhas a population of 9,918,605 according to the 2010 U. Census andis the 2nd largest city in the U. S. If you've been accused of a serious crime you will need an experienced California criminal defense attorney who will fight vigorously on your behalf. It is important to retain an experienced criminal defense lawyer to protect your freedom, your permanent record, keep you from prolonged jail time and help you win a dismissal or acquittal of your charges.

Crimes committed in California are treated very severely under state law. With the “3 strikes” rule now in effect in California, the combined weight of earlier convictions can lead to sentencing far more severe than any individual crime. Even your first conviction can result in Los Angeles County jail time orstate prison for many years to come.
If you or loved one is in custody in Los Angeles, California we can advise you as to the best strategy for getting a quick release. This may be to post bail immediately with court, or to wait until the case goes before a judge assigned toy your case. Once your case goes to court, we can petition the court for an early release and bail reduction.

In November 2008, the voters of California approved Proposition 9, the Victims' Bill of Rights Act of 2008: Marsy's Law, a measure to provide all victims with rights and due process.

California is a particularly difficult place for citizens accused of criminal offenses. California is known to be extremely tough on criminal defendants.

Choosing an experienced Los Angeles County, CA criminal defense lawyer is extremely important, as you may face the real likelihood of a criminal conviction unless you hire an aggressive defense attorney.

Los Angeles County, CA Crime Statistics

  • There were 142,641 total crime incidents in 2009 in Los Angeles County.
  • The City of Los Angeles is 468 square miles. The LAPD was established in 1869.
  • According to recent statisticsthere were more than 36,000 adult DUI arrests made in Los Angeles County each year.
  • Of those 36,000 arrested for DUI, about 30,000 were male and 6,000 were female.
  • More than 14,000 DUI arrests are made by the California Highway Patrol each year.
  • More than 4,500 DUI arrests are made by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
  • More than 7,000 DUI arrests are made in the city of Los Angeles each year.
  • In, 2009, the city violent crime rate for Los Angeles in was higher than the national average by 45.63%
  • In, 2009, the city property crime rate in Los Angeles was lower than the nationalU. S. city average by 18.02%.
    In 2009, the city violent crime rate in Los Angeles was higher than theviolent crime rate in California by 32.5%.
  • In 2009, the city property crime rate in Los Angeles was lower than the rate in California by 8.87%.
  • As of August 2011, California lists that there were 3063 registered sex offenders living in Los Angeles.
    The ratio of sex offenders to number of residents in Los Angeles is 1251 to 1.
    In 2006, there were 135,985 total crime incidents in Los Angeles County CA which is 3,505 crimes per 100,000 populations.

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California Crime Statistics

  • In California, there were 4.4 Violent Crimes per 1,000 residents and 26.4 property crimes per 1,000 residents in 2010.
  • Every day in California, more than 700 people are arrested for violating the California’s complex drug laws.
  • In the state of California alone there are approximately 200,000 arrests for DUI every year.
  • About 80% of people arrested for drunk driving are convicted in California each year.
  • Of those domestic violence calls 65,218 involved a weapon, although fewer than 5,000 involved a gun or knife.
  • California crime statistics dipped for 3 three consecutive years from 2007-2009.
  • In the United States and California DUI is responsible for 41 percent of total traffic fatalities.
  • There are a total of 62,198 sex offenders in California. This yields a total of 181 sex offenders in California per 100,000 residents which is 6% less than the national average.
  • Drug charges were common criminal charge in California in 2008 with a total of 270,326 arrests.
  • California state statistics show marijuana arrests have increased more than 20% since partial legalization for medical marijuana.
  • In 2010, California’s homicide rate fell to a 44-year low.
  • In 2008, there were 166,343 domestic violence calls with law enforcement responses in California
  • In 2009, there were 174,459 violent crimes committed in California while the population with a population of 36,961,664.
  • In 2008, 211,163 people were arrested for drunk driving in the state of California.

We connect you with experienced defense attorneys that will vigorously represent you throughout the criminal justice process including:

  • Arraignment
  • Arrest
  • Appeals
  • Charging
  • Bail hearing
  • Extradition
  • Grand jury indictment
  • Initial investigation
  • Jail or prison
  • Motions
  • Parole
  • Plea negotiations
  • Post-conviction
  • Pre-sentencing investigation and reports
  • Probation
  • Trial
  • Verdict
  • Writs

Types of Criminal Cases

Arson: (PC) 451,452 Arson)

Arson is committed when a person intentionally burns almost any kind of structure or building, not just a house or business. Many states recognize differing degrees of arson, based on such factors as whether the building was occupied and whether insurance fraud was intended.

Assault & Battery:

  • Assault(California Assault Charge (PC240)
  • Assault on a Police Officer (PC 243(b) & PC 243(c)(2))
  • Assault with Great Bodily Injury
  • Assault with a deadly weapon (PC 245(a)(1))
  • Assault with a Firearm
  • Assault with a Deadly Weapon (PC 245)
  • Aggravated Mayhem (PC 205)
  • Aggravated Battery (PC 243(d))
  • Battery On Spouse - CPC 243

Burglary: (PC 459 Burglary)

Burglary is a felony and involves trespassing, or entering a building or remaining unlawfully with intent to commit any crime, not necessarily a felony or theft. A conviction for burglary may qualify as a conviction under a three strikes law or habitual criminal statute. We work with experienced Criminal Defense Attorney's in each state. We provide state and federal Criminal Defense Attorney referrals to individuals facing major crimes.

Criminal Threats: (PC 4522 Criminal Threats)

Criminal Conspiracy:

Definition of Conspiracy - A person is guilty of conspiracy with another person or persons to commit a crime if with the intent of promoting or facilitating its commission he:

  • Agrees with such other person or persons that they or one or more of them will engage in conduct which constitutes such crime or an attempt or solicitation to commit such crime; or
  • Agrees to aid such other person or persons in the planning or commission of such crime or of an attempt or solicitation to commit such crime.

Criminal Threats: (Penal Code 422)

Domestic Violence:

Domestic violence occurs when a family member, partner or ex-partner attempts to physically or psychologically dominate or harm the other. The term "intimate partner violence" (IPV) is often used synonymously, other terms have included "wife beating", "wife battering", "relationship violence", "domestic abuse", "spousal abuse", and "family violence" with some legal jurisdictions having specific definitions.

Drug Charges: Controlled Substance

  • Cocaine (Possession of Cocaine
  • DCS - drug delivery / transfer
  • Drug Sales/Transportation (HS11352)
  • Drug Manufacturing
  • Drug Possession (HS 11350)
  • DUI/Drugs (VC 23152(a))
  • Ecstasy (Possession of Ecstasy)
  • Felony Drug Charges
  • Possession of Heroine
  • Possession of LSD
  • Marijuana (Possession of Marijuana (HS 11357)
  • Marijuana Cultivation (HS 11358)
  • Marijuana Sales (HS 11360)
  • MCS - Drug growing / Manufacturing (Possession for Sale (HS11351)
  • Medical Marijuana/Compassionate Use Act (HS 11362.5)
  • Misdemeanor Drug Charges
  • PCS - Drug possession (Possession of a Controlled Substance (HS 11350)
  • Possession of Meth (HS11377)
  • Possession of Mushrooms
  • Possession of Paraphernalia (HS11364)
  • Under the Influence (PC 11550)

Choosing an experienced Los Angeles County, CA criminal defense lawyer is extremely important, as you may face the real likelihood of a criminal conviction unless you hire an aggressive defense attorney.

Embezzlement:

Embezzlement (Embezzlement Punishment and Penalty – California Penal Code Section 503& 504)

Embezzlement is the act by which someone fraudulently takes ownership of some property that has been entrusted to him temporarily by another party.

  • Identity Theft
  • White Collar Crimes

Racketeering is the federal crime of conspiring to organize to commit crimes, particularly as a regular business ("organized crime" or "the Mafia"). We work with experienced Criminal Defense Attorney's in each state. We provide state and federal Criminal Defense Attorney referrals to individuals facing major crimes.

False Imprisonment

  • False Imprisonment (PC 236)
  • Torture (PC 206)
  • Mayhem (PC 203)
  • Aggravated Mayhem (PC 205)
  • Torture (PC 206)

Firearm and Weapon Offenses:

  • Felon in possession
  • Unlawful possession of a firearm
  • Carrying a concealed weapon

Forgery:

Forgery (Penal Code 470 PC prohibits Forgery.) is the illegal act of making or altering a written document for the purpose of Forgery or deceit; for example, signing another person's name to a check. We work with experienced Criminal Defense Attorney's in each state. We provide state and federal Criminal Defense Attorney referrals to individuals facing major crimes.

Forgery charges Can Include:

  • Check Forgery
  • Identity Theft Forgery
  • Document Forgery
  • Insurance Forgery Investigation
  • Writing bad checks - Penal Code §470

Fraud: (Penal Code 470-483.5)

Fraud Charges Can Include:

  • Anthrax Hoax / Making Terrorist Threats
  • Bank Fraud (Banking Fraud - US Code Title 18 Section 1344)
  • Bankruptcy Fraud
  • Bribery
  • Cellular Phone Fraud
  • Credit Card Fraud (Credit Card Fraud - Penal Code §484)
  • Computer Hacking or Cybercrime
  • Counterfeiting or Forgery
  • Disaster Relief Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Extortion (Extortion - Penal Code §520)
  • Forgery (Forgery Penal Code (PC) 470
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Identity Theft (Identity theft - Penal Code §530.5(a)
  • Insurance Fraud ( Insurance Fraud- California Penal Code section PC 548, PC 549 and PC 550)
  • Intellectual Property Theft
  • Internet Fraud (Identity theft (Penal Code §530.5)
  • Larceny/Theft
  • Money Laundering (Money Laundering - Penal Code §§ 186.9, 186.10)
  • Perjury
  • Ponzi Schemes
  • Pyramid Schemes
  • Racketeering (RICO)
  • Securities/Investment Fraud
  • Tax Evasion
  • Telemarketing Fraud
  • Wire Fraud

Kidnapping: (Penal Code Sections 207, 208, 209, 209.5 and 278)

Kidnapping is the taking away or aspiration of a person against the person's will, usually to hold the person in false imprisonment, a confinement without legal authority.

Manslaughter

  • Homicide
  • Vehicular Manslaughter (Vehicular Manslaughter (PC 191.5(b)
  • Gross Manslaughter (Gross Manslaughter while Intoxicated (PC 191.5(a)
  • Negligent Manslaughter (Negligent Manslaughter while Intoxicated (PC 191.5(b)

Manslaughter is the unlawful, but unplanned, killing of another person. Manslaughter is usually broken into two categories:

  • Involuntary Manslaughter (Involuntary Manslaughter (PC 192(b)
  • Voluntary Manslaughter (Voluntary Manslaughter (PC 192(a)

This arises in cases where the defendant may have intent to cause death or serious injury, but the potential liability for murder is mitigated by the application of a defense.

Murder:

  • Attempted Murder (Murder (PC 187)
  • Capital Murder (Murder (PC 187)
  • Fist-Degree Murder (Murder (PC 187)
  • Second-Degree Murder (Murder (PC 187)

In the criminal law, attempted murder is committed when the defendant does an act that is more than merely preparatory to the commission of the crime of murder and, at the time of these acts, the person has a specific intention to kill.
Murder is the unlawful killing of a human being with malice aforethought (the deliberate intent to kill). Murder is the crime where one or more human beings causes the death of others, without lawful excuse, and with intent to kill or with an intent to cause grievous bodily harm, which is traditionally termed "malice aforethought".

Racketeering Activity

Racketeering is the federal crime of conspiring to organize to commit crimes, particularly as a regular business ("organized crime" or "the Mafia"). Organized crime is crime carried out systematically by formal criminal organizations. The Organized Crime Control Act (U.S., 1970) defines organized crime as "The unlawful activities of ... a highly organized, disciplined association...". Some criminal organizations, such as terrorist organizations, are politically motivated.

Rape:

Rape (PC 261) is a crime of forcing somebody into sexual activity, in particular sexual penetration, against his or her will through use of physical force, threat of injury, or other duress. It is also considered rape if the victim is unable to say "no" to intercourse, due to the effects of drugs or alcohol or is under the legal age of consent.

  • Date Rape
  • Rape (PC 261)
  • Spousal Rape (PC 262)
  • Statutory Rape (PC 261.5)

Robbery: (PC 211 - Robbery)

Robbery is defines as larceny by the threat of violence. Robbery is the crime of seizing property through violence or intimidation. A perpetrator of a robbery is a robber. Violence is an ingredient of most robberies, and its use sometimes results in the murder of the victim(s). Robbery is generally an urban crime. In common with most legal terms, the precise definition of robbery varies between jurisdictions.

  • Bank Robbery
  • Carjacking (PC 215)
  • Commercial Robbery
  • Grand Theft Auto (PC 487(d)(1))
  • Grand Theft (PC 487)
  • Residential Robbery (Penal Code 211 Robbery)

Sex Crimes:

  • Child Pornography (PC 311.11)
  • Engaging in Lewd Conduct (PC 647(a)
  • Engaging in Prostitution (647(b)
  • Failure to Register as a Sex Offender (PC 290)
  • Indecent Exposure (PC 314)
  • Internet Pornography Charges
  • Lewd Acts on a Child (PC 288)
  • Kidnapping (PC 207)
  • Possession of Child Pornography (PC 311)
  • Prostitution ( PC 647(b)
  • Sexual Battery (PC 243.4)
  • Solicitation of Lewd Conduct
  • Solicitation of Prostitution (647(b)

Choosing an experienced Los Angeles County, CA criminal defense lawyer is extremely important, as you may face the real likelihood of a criminal conviction unless you hire an aggressive defense attorney.

White Collar Crimes

  • Bank Fraud
  • Blackmail (Blackmail California Penal Code 518 pc)
  • Bribes
  • Cellular Phone Fraud
  • Computer fraud (Computer crimes - Penal Code §502)
  • Counterfeiting
  • Credit Card Fraud (Credit card fraud - Penal Code §484)
  • Currency Schemes
  • Embezzlement (Embezzlement - Penal Code §§ 487(a) & 504)
  • Environmental Schemes
  • Extortion ( 'extortion' or 'blackmail' per California Penal Code 518 pc)
  • Forgery
  • Health Care Fraud
  • Insider Trading
  • Insurance Fraud (Insurance Fraud - Penal Code §550
  • Investment Schemes
  • Kickback
  • Larceny/Theft
  • Mail Fraud (Mail fraud - Penal Code §530.5(e))
  • Money Laundering (Money laundering - Penal Code §§ 186.9, 186.10)
  • Perjury (Perjury PC 118)
  • Racketeering
  • Securities Fraud
  • Tax Evasion (Penal Code 26 U.S.C. § 7201 Tax Evasion)
  • Telemarketing Fraud
  • Welfare Fraud
  • Weights and Measures

How a Criminal Defense Attorney Can Help You:

  • Be available 24/7. The key to good defense work is diligence and speed. We take this job seriously.
  • Spend crucial time on your case so that it is prepared as good as is possible at each stage in the process.
  • Spend time with you (and your family) learning and understanding you and your case.
  • Spend time in investigation so that we will know the case better than even the law enforcement agency involved.
  • Be in contact with the DA or US Attorney in an attempt to ensure that the case, where possible, is terminated as quickly as possible.
  • Hire and manage investigators, who are often able to impeach witnesses for the government who exaggerate or change their stories at trial.

Los Angeles County Criminal Defense Resources

Contact a Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney

If you or a family member has been arrested you need to talk to an experienced LA County Criminal Defense lawyer as soon as possible. The foremost priority is getting a defense lawyer to help arrange a release and provide some information about what's ahead. Use our easy contact form and a California criminal defense lawyer will contact you within 24 hours.

Call us toll free if you have a question at 866-757-6949

California 2009 Crime Statistics

  • There were 174,459 violent crimes reported in California.
  • There were 1,009,747 property crimes reported in California.
  • There were 8,713 rape crimes reported in California.
  • There were 1,972 murders in California.
  • There were 64,093 robberies reported in California.
  • There were 164,021 vehicle thefts in California.
  • There were 99,681 aggravated assault crimes reported in California.
  • There were 230,137 burglary crimes reported in California.

California Crime Rates 1960 - 2009

            Forcible   Aggravated   Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 15,717,204 546,069 37,558 508,511 616 2,859 15,287 18,796 143,102 311,956 53,453
1961 16,397,000 559,162 38,154 521,008 605 3,033 14,832 19,684 146,615 319,834 54,559
1962 16,970,000 604,297 39,846 564,451 657 2,946 15,598 20,645 158,523 348,373 57,555
1963 17,590,000 666,128 42,419 623,709 673 3,080 16,458 22,208 175,703 384,289 63,717
1964 18,084,000 748,656 48,026 700,630 740 3,621 18,667 24,998 196,883 427,960 75,787
1965 18,602,000 803,487 52,490 750,997 880 3,948 21,081 26,581 225,007 444,217 81,773
1966 18,918,000 860,662 57,718 802,944 868 4,432 22,317 30,101 241,666 474,122 87,156
1967 19,153,000 968,203 67,446 900,757 1,039 4,792 28,539 33,076 276,958 526,477 97,322
1968 19,221,000 1,099,656 81,293 1,018,363 1,150 5,744 36,991 37,408 316,081 582,838 119,444
1969 19,443,000 1,185,961 89,878 1,096,083 1,386 7,053 39,240 42,199 325,891 638,249 131,943
1970 19,953,134 1,264,854 94,741 1,170,113 1,376 7,005 41,277 45,083 349,788 682,811 137,514
1971 20,223,000 1,352,941 104,872 1,248,069 1,642 7,300 47,626 48,304 392,277 711,417 144,375
1972 20,468,000 1,312,635 110,667 1,201,968 1,791 8,127 48,829 51,920 398,960 663,568 139,440
1973 20,601,000 1,298,872 116,563 1,182,309 1,862 8,357 49,531 56,813 407,824 643,488 130,997
1974 20,907,000 1,431,468 127,658 1,303,810 1,985 8,494 52,822 64,357 433,194 737,067 133,549
1975 21,185,000 1,526,293 138,842 1,387,451 2,209 8,807 59,827 67,999 469,726 784,639 133,086
1976 21,520,000 1,556,757 144,041 1,412,716 2,220 9,614 59,318 72,889 467,980 806,086 138,650
1977 21,896,000 1,534,621 154,582 1,380,039 2,515 10,825 62,852 78,390 468,452 766,317 145,270
1978 22,294,000 1,586,483 165,626 1,420,857 2,611 11,316 68,235 83,464 488,966 777,783 154,108
1979 22,696,000 1,695,108 184,087 1,511,021 2,952 12,239 75,767 93,129 496,310 847,148 167,563
1980 23,532,680 1,843,332 210,290 1,633,042 3,411 13,693 90,420 102,766 545,138 913,070 174,834
1981 24,159,000 1,833,787 208,485 1,625,302 3,143 13,566 93,781 97,995 540,806 921,939 162,557
1982 24,724,000 1,801,256 201,429 1,599,827 2,779 12,529 91,988 94,133 499,466 935,831 164,530
1983 25,174,000 1,680,978 194,491 1,486,487 2,639 12,093 85,826 93,933 460,460 867,123 158,904
1984 25,622,000 1,657,320 195,589 1,461,731 2,717 11,702 83,924 97,246 443,094 857,328 161,309
1985 26,365,000 1,718,473 201,763 1,516,710 2,770 11,421 86,387 101,185 448,506 890,967 177,237
1986 26,981,000 1,824,669 248,370 1,576,299 3,038 12,119 92,512 140,701 457,698 913,004 205,597
1987 27,663,000 1,799,871 253,943 1,545,928 2,924 12,109 83,341 155,569 419,969 896,335 229,624
1988 28,168,000 1,869,092 261,912 1,607,180 2,936 11,780 86,141 161,055 407,631 933,636 265,913
1989 29,063,000 1,965,652 284,136 1,681,516 3,158 11,966 96,431 172,581 410,468 972,603 298,445
1990 29,760,021 1,965,237 311,051 1,654,186 3,553 12,688 112,208 182,602 400,392 951,580 302,214
1991 30,380,000 2,057,513 331,122 1,726,391 3,859 12,896 124,939 189,428 424,656 986,120 315,615
1992 30,867,000 2,061,761 345,624 1,716,137 3,921 12,761 130,897 198,045 427,491 968,534 320,112
1993 31,211,000 2,015,265 336,381 1,678,884 4,096 11,766 126,436 194,083 414,182 945,407 319,295
1994 31,431,000 1,940,497 318,395 1,622,102 3,703 10,984 112,160 191,548 384,257 929,640 308,205
1995 31,589,000 1,841,984 305,154 1,536,830 3,531 10,554 104,611 186,458 353,895 902,456 280,479
1996  31,878,000  1,660,131  274,996  1,385,135  2,916  10,244  94,222  167,614  312,212  830,457  242,466 
1997  32,268,000  1,569,949  257,582  1,312,367  2,579  10,189  81,468  163,346  299,240  784,405  228,722 
1998  32,667,000  1,418,674  229,883  1,188,791  2,171  9,782  68,782  149,148  269,012  724,262  195,517 
1999  33,145,121  1,261,164  207,879  1,053,285  2,005  9,363  60,039  136,472  223,814  660,991  168,480 
2000  33,871,648  1,266,714  210,531  1,056,183  2,079  9,785  60,249  138,418  222,293  651,855  182,035 
2001  34,600,463  1,347,056  212,867  1,134,189  2,206  9,960  64,614 136,087  232,273  697,739  204,177 
2002  35,001,986  1,384,872 208,388  1,176,484  2,395  10,198 64,968  130,827  238,4280  715,692  222,364 
2003  35,462,712  1,420,637 205,551  1,215,086  2,407  9,994 63,770 129,380  242,272  731,486  241,326 
2004  35,842,038  1,416,369  189,175  1,227,194  2,392  9,615  61,768  115,400  245,903  728,687  252,604 
2005  36,154,147  1,390,710 190,178  1,200,532  2,503  9,392  63,622  114,661  250,521  692,467  257,543 
2006 36,457,549  1,350,137 194,120  1,156,017  2,485  9,212  70,968  111,455  246,464  666,860  242,693 
2007 36,553,213  1,299,685 191,025  1,108,660  2,260  9,013  70,542  109,210  237,025  652,243  219,392 
2008 36,580,371  1,265,939 185,173  1,080,766  2,142  8,903  69,385  104,743  237,724  650,513  192,529 
2009 36,961,664  1,184,206 174,459  1,009,747  1,972  8,713  64,093  99,681  230,137  615,456  164,021 

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California 2009 Crime Statistics

  • There were 174,459 violent crimes reported in California.
  • There were 1,009,747 property crimes reported in California.
  • There were 8,713 rape crimes reported in California.
  • There were 1,972 murders in California.
  • There were 64,093 robberies reported in California.
  • There were 164,021 vehicle thefts in California.
  • There were 99,681 aggravated assault crimes reported in California.
  • There were 230,137 burglary crimes reported in California.

California Crime Rates 1960 - 2009

            Forcible   Aggravated   Larceny- Vehicle
Year Population Index Violent Property Murder Rape Robbery assault Burglary Theft Theft
1960 15,717,204 546,069 37,558 508,511 616 2,859 15,287 18,796 143,102 311,956 53,453
1961 16,397,000 559,162 38,154 521,008 605 3,033 14,832 19,684 146,615 319,834 54,559
1962 16,970,000 604,297 39,846 564,451 657 2,946 15,598 20,645 158,523 348,373 57,555
1963 17,590,000 666,128 42,419 623,709 673 3,080 16,458 22,208 175,703 384,289 63,717
1964 18,084,000 748,656 48,026 700,630 740 3,621 18,667 24,998 196,883 427,960 75,787
1965 18,602,000 803,487 52,490 750,997 880 3,948 21,081 26,581 225,007 444,217 81,773
1966 18,918,000 860,662 57,718 802,944 868 4,432 22,317 30,101 241,666 474,122 87,156
1967 19,153,000 968,203 67,446 900,757 1,039 4,792 28,539 33,076 276,958 526,477 97,322
1968 19,221,000 1,099,656 81,293 1,018,363 1,150 5,744 36,991 37,408 316,081 582,838 119,444
1969 19,443,000 1,185,961 89,878 1,096,083 1,386 7,053 39,240 42,199 325,891 638,249 131,943
1970 19,953,134 1,264,854 94,741 1,170,113 1,376 7,005 41,277 45,083 349,788 682,811 137,514
1971 20,223,000 1,352,941 104,872 1,248,069 1,642 7,300 47,626 48,304 392,277 711,417 144,375
1972 20,468,000 1,312,635 110,667 1,201,968 1,791 8,127 48,829 51,920 398,960 663,568 139,440
1973 20,601,000 1,298,872 116,563 1,182,309 1,862 8,357 49,531 56,813 407,824 643,488 130,997
1974 20,907,000 1,431,468 127,658 1,303,810 1,985 8,494 52,822 64,357 433,194 737,067 133,549
1975 21,185,000 1,526,293 138,842 1,387,451 2,209 8,807 59,827 67,999 469,726 784,639 133,086
1976 21,520,000 1,556,757 144,041 1,412,716 2,220 9,614 59,318 72,889 467,980 806,086 138,650
1977 21,896,000 1,534,621 154,582 1,380,039 2,515 10,825 62,852 78,390 468,452 766,317 145,270
1978 22,294,000 1,586,483 165,626 1,420,857 2,611 11,316 68,235 83,464 488,966 777,783 154,108
1979 22,696,000 1,695,108 184,087 1,511,021 2,952 12,239 75,767 93,129 496,310 847,148 167,563
1980 23,532,680 1,843,332 210,290 1,633,042 3,411 13,693 90,420 102,766 545,138 913,070 174,834
1981 24,159,000 1,833,787 208,485 1,625,302 3,143 13,566 93,781 97,995 540,806 921,939 162,557
1982 24,724,000 1,801,256 201,429 1,599,827 2,779 12,529 91,988 94,133 499,466 935,831 164,530
1983 25,174,000 1,680,978 194,491 1,486,487 2,639 12,093 85,826 93,933 460,460 867,123 158,904
1984 25,622,000 1,657,320 195,589 1,461,731 2,717 11,702 83,924 97,246 443,094 857,328 161,309
1985 26,365,000 1,718,473 201,763 1,516,710 2,770 11,421 86,387 101,185 448,506 890,967 177,237
1986 26,981,000 1,824,669 248,370 1,576,299 3,038 12,119 92,512 140,701 457,698 913,004 205,597
1987 27,663,000 1,799,871 253,943 1,545,928 2,924 12,109 83,341 155,569 419,969 896,335 229,624
1988 28,168,000 1,869,092 261,912 1,607,180 2,936 11,780 86,141 161,055 407,631 933,636 265,913
1989 29,063,000 1,965,652 284,136 1,681,516 3,158 11,966 96,431 172,581 410,468 972,603 298,445
1990 29,760,021 1,965,237 311,051 1,654,186 3,553 12,688 112,208 182,602 400,392 951,580 302,214
1991 30,380,000 2,057,513 331,122 1,726,391 3,859 12,896 124,939 189,428 424,656 986,120 315,615
1992 30,867,000 2,061,761 345,624 1,716,137 3,921 12,761 130,897 198,045 427,491 968,534 320,112
1993 31,211,000 2,015,265 336,381 1,678,884 4,096 11,766 126,436 194,083 414,182 945,407 319,295
1994 31,431,000 1,940,497 318,395 1,622,102 3,703 10,984 112,160 191,548 384,257 929,640 308,205
1995 31,589,000 1,841,984 305,154 1,536,830 3,531 10,554 104,611 186,458 353,895 902,456 280,479
1996  31,878,000  1,660,131  274,996  1,385,135  2,916  10,244  94,222  167,614  312,212  830,457  242,466 
1997  32,268,000  1,569,949  257,582  1,312,367  2,579  10,189  81,468  163,346  299,240  784,405  228,722 
1998  32,667,000  1,418,674  229,883  1,188,791  2,171  9,782  68,782  149,148  269,012  724,262  195,517 
1999  33,145,121  1,261,164  207,879  1,053,285  2,005  9,363  60,039  136,472  223,814  660,991  168,480 
2000  33,871,648  1,266,714  210,531  1,056,183  2,079  9,785  60,249  138,418  222,293  651,855  182,035 
2001  34,600,463  1,347,056  212,867  1,134,189  2,206  9,960  64,614 136,087  232,273  697,739  204,177 
2002  35,001,986  1,384,872 208,388  1,176,484  2,395  10,198 64,968  130,827  238,4280  715,692  222,364 
2003  35,462,712  1,420,637 205,551  1,215,086  2,407  9,994 63,770 129,380  242,272  731,486  241,326 
2004  35,842,038  1,416,369  189,175  1,227,194  2,392  9,615  61,768  115,400  245,903  728,687  252,604 
2005  36,154,147  1,390,710 190,178  1,200,532  2,503  9,392  63,622  114,661  250,521  692,467  257,543 
2006 36,457,549  1,350,137 194,120  1,156,017  2,485  9,212  70,968  111,455  246,464  666,860  242,693 
2007 36,553,213  1,299,685 191,025  1,108,660  2,260  9,013  70,542  109,210  237,025  652,243  219,392 
2008 36,580,371  1,265,939 185,173  1,080,766  2,142  8,903  69,385  104,743  237,724  650,513  192,529 
2009 36,961,664  1,184,206 174,459  1,009,747  1,972  8,713  64,093  99,681  230,137  615,456  164,021 

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