Damaging or defacing someone’s property may be considered a property crime. This ranges from low-level property crime like misdemeanor criminal trespass to a high-level crime such as arson. Depending on circumstances, property crimes can escalate to felony charges.
Protect yourself by hiring a criminal defense attorney that specializes in property offenses. Our team at McCord Law will take action as soon as possible to prepare for your case, gather supporting documents, and draft the necessary legal documents to best represent you in court. We can potentially argue your charges down and possibly convince the court to dismiss your case with our expertise in property offenses.