Property crimes typically involve the theft of property or money, or the destruction of someone else’s property, generally without the use of threat or force. Many crimes fall under this category, including, but not limited to:
Property crimes can range from a misdemeanor to a felony charge. In some cases, a property crime can even constitute a federal offense, which is then punishable by federal law. Depending on the crime, the circumstances of the case and a person’s past criminal history, a defendant could face serious penalties, including steep fines and time in jail.
At Coalter Law, PLLC, our lawyers represent adults and juvenile clients throughout Guilford County and North Carolina who are facing criminal charges because of a property crime. Whether it’s handled in state court or at the federal level, we can protect your rights and make sure you’re getting the best possible outcome from your case.
Because of our law firm’s considerable trial experience, and attorney Scott Coalter’s experience as a former prosecutor, we know the legal challenges our clients will face and how to minimize the damage criminal charges can have on a person’s life.
We make sure our clients understand the law and the serious consequences they could face if they are convicted. We then walk our clients through their options, helping them choose the one that is ultimately in their best interests. We stand by our clients every step of the way – from arrest to trial – making sure their rights are protected and that they are getting fair justice.
If you’re facing criminal charges because of an alleged property crime or another criminal offense, contact our law firm, Coalter Law, PLLC, and talk to one of our skilled criminal defense attorneys. Let us put our knowledge and skill to work for you immediately by taking advantage of a free initial consultation. Call our Greensboro office at 336-338-7769 (after hours at 336-543-0471) to schedule an appointment. We accept credit cards. Se habla español.