Protect Yourself Against Damaging Theft And Property Crime Allegations
Property crimes, such as theft, don’t always mean someone has stolen a car or a priceless painting. Some property crimes are as simple as shoplifting a clothing item or food item from a store, or vandalizing a building with graffiti. On the other hand, there are some cases of theft or property destruction that aren’t so simple.
Whatever charges you’re facing, attorney Romas Mockaitis at Mockaitis Law can help. For more than nine years, he served as a trial lawyer for the DuPage County Assistant State’s Attorney office where he tried more than 300 cases and argued more than 1,000 contested hearings in Illinois. He knows criminal law and how to develop strong defense strategies. With Mockaitis Law, you have the law on your side.
We Have Experience With All Types Of Theft And Property Crimes
Property crimes typically include actions that result in the theft or destruction of someone else’s property. From lower level misdemeanors to high-level felonies, at Mockaitis Law, we’ve seen and handled it all, including:
- Robbery — including armed robbery
- Car/auto theft
- Damage to property — either intentionally or through reckless actions
Penalties can vary drastically depending on the facts of the case, including whether or not a victim was present, whether a weapon was used, the value of the property that is alleged to have been stolen and whether anyone suffered injuries.
You Deserve To Tell Your Side Of The Story
Everyone is innocent until proven guilty in our country; and at Mockaitis Law, we make sure prosecutors and judges stay true to this promise. From the moment you retain our services, we will start protecting your rights to make sure nothing is said or done that could jeopardize your case. We will then make sure you’re given a fair chance to tell your side of the story.
You can always expect us to be honest with you at every turn, especially when it comes to your best options for getting the charges against you lowered, dropped or dismissed. If going to trial is in your best interests, we will come prepared to fight and win.
Build A Strong Defense With Our Help
Whether you’re facing a misdemeanor or a felony charge for a property crime, you need to act quickly to ensure the protection of your rights. Don’t wait to see what prosecutors will do. Get the guidance you need from a trustworthy, experienced criminal defense lawyer who truly cares about you and your future.