In the state of Nevada, it is unlawful to engage in behavior that causes damage to property. Crimes against property are made illegal within Chapter 205 of Title 15. Title 15 is the penal code in Nevada, and Chapter 205 is the part of the state’s penal code that addresses all of the different offenses that you could be accused of committing that affect property.
LV Criminal Defense can provide you with assistance if you have been accused of crimes against property. We understand how to fight against accusations related to crimes against property and we can work closely with you to determine what a prosecutor must prove and how you can best respond to charges. Depending upon the nature of the crime you’ve been accused of and the strength of the evidence against you, this could involve negotiating a plea agreement, fighting to be acquitted, or attempting to get charges dropped.
Crimes against property are taken very seriously, and you need to be assertive in responding to the charges that you face. Give us a call today to talk with a Vegas defense attorney who can help you to fight for your future.
Nick Wooldridge has a long track record of representing clients accused of serious federal and state crimes in Nevada.
Vegas defense attorneys at LV Criminal Defense can provide assistance if you are accused of any of the property offenses defined within Chapter 205 of Title 15. Our dedicated and experienced legal team will work closely with you to understand the elements of the offense that the prosecutor must prove to secure a guilty verdict and to decide on what your options are given the nature of the evidence and the possible defenses you can raise.
It’s important that you are proactive in fighting accusations of wrongdoing, because property crimes charges could lead to serious penalties. LV Criminal Defense can provide the help and support you need, so give us a call today to find out more about the ways in which our firm can represent you.