Property crimes involve damage to or loss of property, whether through theft or destruction. They are regarded with increasing concern in Massachusetts. Far from being victimless crimes, they negatively affect the economy of the state and the communities in which they take place. Because of this, police and prosecutors are cracking down more than ever on property crimes. If you have been charged with a property crime, you should take it seriously, too.
Depending on the property offense in question, a convicted defendant may face:
In other words, an act committed without any real intent to hurt anyone can end up hurting you most of all.
Attorney Henry Fasoldt dedicates his entire practice to criminal defense, including property crimes such as:
To our firm, there is no such thing as a “minor” offense. We know that if you are facing charges, you are facing life-changing consequences. Our mission is to listen to you, gather information, and inform you honestly about what you’re facing and what your options are. Then we make it our business to defend you as vigorously as possible by challenging witnesses and excluding evidence that could be wrongly interpreted.
Boston property crimes attorney Henry Fasoldt prepares every case as if it’s going to trial: thoroughly, leaving no stone unturned. Diligent preparation means that charges may be dismissed before a trial ever has to take place. If that’s not possible, Henry offers a vigorous defense of any property crime at trial, whether misdemeanor or felony. Contact our office today to learn how we can help you.