ARRESTED FOR A PROPERTY CRIME SUCH AS THEFT OR ARSON?
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DEFENDING YOUR RIGHTS AGAINST PROPERTY CRIME CHARGES
Property crimes can include a wide range of charges, from theft and robbery to financial crimes such as embezzlement and fraud. Anything involving the taking of or tampering with, another individual's or business entity's property could be considered a property crime. These crimes can include serious criminal penalties including fines, jail time and other less immediate consequences such as a person's reputation and future.
That is why it is important that you seek the help of an experienced Clinton criminal defense lawyer who defends against property crime allegations, as soon as possible. Early intervention is key. Even if you are under suspicion for a property crime and have not yet been formally charged, it is still to your benefit to seek skilled criminal defense.
Arrested for a property crime such as theft or arson? Contact us immediately at 865-457-9100 for a free consultation.
The Cantrell Law Firm Builds Strong Defenses
At The Cantrell Law Firm, our experienced Clinton property crimes defense attorneys know that any property crime charge has both immediate penalties and long-term consequences. There is more at stake here than just jail time — it is your life. We can vigorously defend various property charges, especially where there has been an improper search and seizure of evidence by police. Whether through early negotiations with prosecutors or through representing you at trial, we are always prepared to aggressively defend you. In some cases, we may be able to work out a deal in General Sessions Court without further criminal proceedings.
Theft — Vandalism — Assault — Arson
The Cantrell Law Firm can handle a wide array of property crimes, including:
• Financial crimes
• Identity theft
• Computer/Internet crimes
Clinton Attorneys Defending Charges of Property Crimes
If you are contacted by police on suspicion of a property crime such as arson, theft or vandalism, you should not say anything until you have obtained legal representation by an experienced Clinton criminal defense lawyer.