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Property Crimes

Property Crimes

A property crime is committed when one individual takes money or property from another individual or corporation without the use force or threat of force against the victim.   These crimes also include the damage of another’s property.  If you are charged with a property crime there can be severe consequences if you are convicted such as jail time, probation, and restitution.

Since the District Attorney must prove each element of every crime to obtain a conviction, it is very important that you consult with a lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected.  We are skilled courtroom advocates and are not afraid to take your case to trial in the hopes that you will be found “not guilty.”  Our courtroom experience also gives us a great deal of leverage when it comes to negotiations, should you decide that a trial is not the best option for your case.

Property Crimes Include:

  • Breaking and Entering
  • Burglary
  • Identity theft
  • Larceny
  • Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
  • Injury to Personal or Real Property