As your property crimes defense attorney, Chambers Law Firm will fight for you.
Have you been accused of a property crime? Although these crimes are typically non-violent and do not carry overly harsh penalties, it is important to remember that any type of criminal conviction will cast a long shadow over your future. Do not just give up and accept a conviction! Instead, get help from an experienced property crimes defense attorney like Chambers Law Firm. We know the law and the local courts and we will fight aggressively to resolve your case in the quickest and most advantageous manner possible.
Types of Property Crimes
Trespassing: Any time you willfully enter someone else’s property with the intention of interfering with their property rights (such as by damaging the property, becoming a squatter, or interfering with business activities), you can be charged with trespassing.
Vandalism: It is a crime to deface, damage, or destroy someone else’s property. Common examples of vandalism include breaking windows, keying cars, and making graffiti.
Burglary: Entering a room, residence, or vehicle with the intent to commit a theft or a felony is a crime known as burglary.
Theft: Stealing is also a type of property crime. When the value of the money or goods stolen is $950 or less, it is petty theft; when it is more than $950 the crime is grand theft.
Auto Theft: Stealing a car will result in charges for the separate crime of auto theft.
Arson: Whether you started a fire deliberately or through recklessness, you can be charged with arson for burning someone else’s property, including structures and forest land.
Get the Right Defense Strategy for Your Specific Case
At Chambers Law Firm, we understand the specific legal statutes and the body of case law that applies to different types of property crime, and we can use this knowledge to help build the strongest possible argument for your defense. We are familiar with all rules of evidence and we will not allow any illegal evidence to be used against you. In many cases, we are able intervene early and convince the DA to drop the charges before trial. We are also experienced litigators able to provide aggressive courtroom defense.
Even in the face of strong evidence, we can still help as your property crimes defense attorney. We can negotiate for the most lenient plea deal possible, which could save you from jail time.
Call Now for a Free Consultation
If you have been accused of a property crime, Chambers Law Firm is here to help you respond to the allegations 24/7. To get started, call us at 855-397-0210 for a free initial consultation.