Robbery, Burglary, and Damage to Property
A robbery involves theft of property in the presence of another person, and the offender uses or threatens to use force. Burglary involves entering a dwelling with the intent to commit a crime. Arson is the intentional destruction or damage of property by fire or explosion. These are all property crimes. If you’ve been charged with a property crime, call Catherine Turner right away for an evaluation of your case. Catherine has represented many people charged with property crimes, and will give a keen eye to the evidence against you in your case. Many of these crimes are felonies and carry prison sentences. Catherine will work with you to craft a defense so that if you’re charged with a property crime, you won’t get burned.
Click on the charge to read the statutory definition: