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Many theft and property crimes demand attention to details

On Behalf of | Mar 2, 2018 | Theft & Property Crimes

We recently discussed some of the specifics of arson and what it means to be facing a charge for this matter. When it comes to property crimes, arson is only one of the possible criminal charges you might face. No matter what type of a property crime or theft you are facing, we are here to help you find out what you can do about your defense.

There are many aspects of these cases that might be subject to scrutiny. In many of these cases, the value of the items at the center of the case matters. This is something that is often up for a debate based on the market at the time the incident happened. If you think that the value of the items in the case are overinflated, speak up so that we can see if the moving to the true value might have a positive impact on your case.

The type of crime that you are charged with also has an impact on what type of defense you might employ. You wouldn’t want to use a defense tailored to arson for a case involving shoplifting. This bring up another important point — the evidence against you is a big factor in what defense options you have.

Whether you are entertaining a plea deal or holding out for a trial, we are here to work with you to come up with the plan for your case. We want to make sure that your rights aren’t violated and that you know what is going on so that you can make adjustments to the strategy as you deem necessary.