Property Crimes

Are You Accused of Damaging Someone's Property? Defending Property Crimes

One of law enforcement's major concerns is the protection of an individual's property, especially in smaller communities like Huntersville and Kannapolis. One way to ensure the safety of property is to have zero tolerance for offenders and enforcing the laws strictly. With this strict enforcement in mind, it is very easy for an individual to face charges for property damage or similar type offenses. If you have been accused of committing a property crime, you should seek out the advice and guidance of a qualified Charlotte criminal defense attorney or Concord criminal defense attorney at one of our offices. A skilled defense attorney will negotiate on your behalf so you do not have to face the consequences of a property crime conviction. While damage to personal property cases are misdemeanors and not considered very serious, without handling properly you can have long term effects, such as a conviction. We fight hard to keep your record clean because we know how important that is to your life and career.

While damage to personal property is a common property crime, there are many other more serious offenses. Property crime usually entails the taking of property or money without the use of violence. The most common property crimes include trespassing, breaking or entering, and damage to personal property. Burglary is the forceful or unauthorized entry into another individual's establishment or place of living with the intent to steal that individual's property. Burglary and felony breaking or entering are similar charges and it is important that you speak to an attorney about your case to see if there may be mistakes by the police department or District Attorney's office.

At The Olsinski Law Firm, PLLC, we take an aggressive approach to defending our clients. Property crimes are a mix between felonies and misdemeanors, punishments can range from jail or prison time, fines, and a conviction on the individual's criminal record. The consequences are harsh. Our firm is dedicated to ensuring you receive the sound legal advice and representation you need to protect your future and your freedom. Call our firm today and receive experienced guidance from misdemeanor charges to felony charges, an attorney at our Charlotte or Concord office is there to help answer your questions and put you at ease.

Contact a Charlotte property crime defense attorney or Concord property crime defense attorney at one of our offices if you have been accused of a property crime.