Property crimes in North Carolina carry a disproportionately high punishment when compared with other types of crimes. Often, individuals think that because no one was hurt as a result of their actions, their punishment should not be very harsh. This is not the case, and property crimes carry some of the toughest punishments in our state. Property crimes include breaking and entering, damage to personal property, and trespassing.
If you have been charged with a property crime, you should seek help from a qualified attorney as soon as possible. Property crimes are often felony offenses that carry significant jail time, as well as a felony conviction on your record. Attorney Ronald J. Shook is dedicated to ensuring that you receive the sound legal advice and representation that you need to protect your freedom. If you have been charged with a property crime, contact The Law Offices of Ronald J. Shook today so that we can help!