Property Crimes and Non-Violent Felonies
Property crimes deal with the destruction or theft of someone else’s property. They can range from offenses with less potential punishment to ones with more serious potential punishment. A conviction for a property offense can have a profound impact on future career opportunities.
Common property crimes include:
- Motor Vehicle Theft
- Destruction of Property
The harm done in the offense can affect the severity of the crime. This is an area of law where savvy legal know-how can make all the difference. With extensive experience handling arson and financial crimes in the Charles County State’s Attorney’s Office, we know how to navigate the unique legal matters that arise in cases like this.
Whether you’re dealing with a charge of arson, armed robbery, or destruction of property, we have the knowledge and compassion to walk with you through the legal process while giving you a listening ear.
Non-violent crimes don’t involve physical injury to another person or threat of violence. Often non-violent crimes are associated with property crimes.
Knowing the distinction between non-violent felonies and other offenses is important to understanding the possible outcomes of a crime. In your defense, we will weigh the possible outcomes and help you decide what your preferred outcome is.
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