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Indianapolis Property Crime Defense Attorneys

Get Experienced And Personalized Legal Representation In Indiana

By and large, property crimes impact and involve a wide array of victims and offenders. These offenses also involve a long and complex list of different classifications of property including homes, automobiles, money and items leading up to large amounts of value. It is therefore imperative that you work with a criminal defense attorney that you can trust to understand and competently handle the complexities of such cases.

The attorneys at Hayes Law Office evaluate every detail of each client’s cases, regardless of the degree of the charges. The firm helps people from all walks of life and uncompromisingly defend clients against a full range of crimes involving property.

The Indianapolis property crime defense lawyers at Hayes Law Office help people facing the following types of charges:

  • Criminal mischief
  • Burglary
  • Theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Criminal conversion
  • Check, welfare or credit card fraud
  • Forgery
  • Possession of stolen property
  • Robbery
  • White collar crimes

What Are Indiana’s Theft Laws?

Under Indiana Law (Indiana Code 35-43-4-2 ), theft is defined as the intent of exerting unauthorized control over someone else’s property in order to deprive him/her of value or use. Theft crimes can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the value of the stolen money or item. If the property is valued at less than $750, then the theft is considered a Class A misdemeanor. If the property is worth between $750 and less than $50,000, then the offense is a Level 6 felony. Furthermore, if the value of the property is $50,000 or more, then it is a Level 5 felony.

Nevertheless, whether you are facing a misdemeanor or a felony charge, any conviction can have a major impact on your life for years to come. Taken as a whole, convictions involving property crimes can adversely affect future employment opportunities, professions and can stigmatize you as an untrustworthy person. It is therefore critical that you understand your options and know that the legal representation you choose can make a tremendous difference in the outcome of your case. Thus, contacting a sincere experienced Indianapolis property crime attorney at your earliest opportunity is paramount.

Let Hayes Law Office Protect Your Rights And Freedom

At Hayes Law Office, lead attorney Philip Hayes puts his 18 years of experience servicing Indiana and his unwavering commitment to your case behind our representation. Do not wait to let the firm get started on defending you immediately.

For more information, contact the firm today by calling 317.759.9721.