Property Offences

A property offence occurs when property is altered, stolen or damaged without the permission or knowledge from the original owner. A property offence charge includes, among other things, theft, fraud, break and enter, possession of stolen property, mischief, robbery, arson, and forgery.

The punishment for a property offense crime can be very serious, such as imprisonment. For less severe property offense charges, you may be able to avoid a criminal record. It is important to contact a lawyer so that you can learn
about your options; it may be the difference between you being convicted and
receiving a more severe punishment rather than less.

Contact our office today if you need a defence lawyer to advocate for you and
fight against the charges laid against you.