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Michigan Property Crimes Lawyer

Get The Defense You Need For Property Crimes

The laws governing property crimes in the state of Michigan can result in serious penalties, including incarceration, restitution, fines, community service and professional counseling. Property crimes in Michigan range from misdemeanors up to major felonies such as residential burglary. 

When the cost of the damage or destruction exceeds $1,000, you may be charged with a felony and face stiff penalties and consequences that will affect you for the remainder of your life, requiring legal guidance and help from an experienced Michigan Property Crimes Defense Attorney! We handle a wide range of property crimes from theft to arson and everything in between.

Royal Oak Property Crimes Defense AttorneyExample of some property crimes are:

  • Criminal Trespass
  • Home Invasion (750.110)
  • Burglary
  • Arson (750.71)
  • Property Theft
  • Vandalism/Criminal Damage
In Michigan, a prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you had the intent to damage or destroy the property. Additionally, in many cases, the prosecutor must prove not only intent, but also that you were malicious.

Contact a Michigan Property Crimes Lawyer at The Law Offices of Michael L. Steinberg.

If you are facing property crimes, or a related charge, you want the best representation in finding the underlying cause of property crimes allegations by examining all of the evidence, interviewing all witnesses, and challenging every aspect of the state’s case.

Most property crimes cases do not go to trial but in some cases there is no other alternative but to have a bench or jury trial. Michigan property crimes defense attorney, Michael L. Steinberg is known for having a representation for being aggressive, passionate and a resourceful trial lawyer.  

For more information on defense of your property crimes charges, contact The Law Offices of Michael L. Steinberg any time, day or night.

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