If you are charged with a property crime, you need to know your options. Some property crimes are misdemeanor offenses, but most are felonies. For all felony offenses in Georgia, the minimum sentence is one year. Being charged with any criminal offense in Georgia has the potential to seriously disrupt your life.
Because property crimes have such high stakes, I believe it is incredibly important to conduct a full, thorough, and independent investigation in each of my clients’ cases. Many attorneys rely on the information that is given to them by law enforcement in building their defenses in their cases. I believe that this is a mistake, because law enforcement, whether intentionally or unintentionally, sometimes misses the mark.
You should speak with a Georgia Criminal Defense Attorney with experience handling property crimes. Call my office today. I understand that facing criminal charges can be overwhelming and that the potential of going to court is terrifying for most people. I strive to keep my clients fully informed during every step.
- Criminal Trespass
- Burglary (1st and 2nd Degree)
- Criminal Damage to Property (1st and 2nd Degree)
- Interference with Government Property
- Arson (1st, 2nd, 3rd Degree)
- Interference with Electronic Monitoring Device
- Entering Auto