At NicholsonPham, we provide criminal defense to individuals arrested and accused of property crimes. Depending on the individual nature of the charges, the consequences of being found guilty of property crime in North Carolina include a broad range of penalties. Some examples of property related criminal charges might include:
- Breaking and Entering
- Theft, Burglary, & Robbery
- Defacing Public or Private Property
- Toxic Dumping
- Identify Theft
- Check Forgery and Fraud
- Concealment of Goods
- Employee Theft
If you are being investigated for or charged with a property crime, early retention of a qualified criminal defense attorney is in your best interest. A key element in defending these types of crimes include analyzing each element of the state’s case against you and revealing invalidities and inconsistencies that can help your defense. To this end, NicholsonPham’s attorneys work closely with skilled professionals, private investigators and other necessary experts to ensure each and every inconsistency is uncovered and utilized to your advantage.
Burglary and Theft
A key element in defending criminal charges for burglary, theft and receiving stolen goods is requiring the state and the prosecution to prove their case. Our most valuable service to you is ensuring your rights are protected and each element of the state’s evidence is thoroughly examined for your defense.
Property crime offenses cover a range of charges from misdemeanors to felonies. The value of the victim’s loss and the type of victim and circumstances surrounding the crime are also key factors in the consequences of a conviction. North Carolina’s laws relative to property crime are intentionally stringent and are meant to be a deterrent. Working with an attorney experienced in the defense of property crime charges in the early stages of the matter is essential. At NicholsonPham, our criminal defense consultations are cost and risk free. Let us talk to you today about your case and how we can help.
Shoplifting, Vandalism and White Collar Crime
Charges of shoplifting, vandalism and larceny can have serious consequences for your future. While these types of crimes are, in most cases, modestly regarded from a punitive perspective, the mar on your personal criminal record can be enormously detrimental. Unfortunately, adolescents often find themselves entangled in the court system relative to these kinds of charges. To make it worse, the North Carolina criminal code considers adolescents to be adults at the age of 16 and they can be tried as adults in the criminal court system. We understand young people can lack the necessary judgment to understand the implications of shoplifting or vandalism charge. These types of convictions can have an immediate impact on your ability to secure and maintain productive employment and can limit your career and educational opportunities substantially.
White collar crime includes charges like embezzlement, check and credit card fraud and identity theft. An indictment on these charges generally follows a substantial investigation. Many times, an accused person will know they are being investigated. Retaining an attorney experienced in the criminal defense of white collar crime is imperative to mitigating long-term damages.
At NicholsonPham, our attorneys understand the impact a damaged criminal record can cause. In many cases, there are solutions and alternatives available to prosecution, especially for individuals that have no criminal record. Call today and schedule your cost free consultation with our experienced criminal defense lawyers. Your successful future could depend on it.