Property Crimes

Little Rock Property Crimes Defense Attorney

Experienced Legal Defense for Property Crimes in Arkansas

Property crime offenses are serious convictions to have on your criminal record whether you have been accused of vandalizing property or stealing a car. Both misdemeanor and felony convictions can result in heavy fines and incarceration, which is why these serious charges require aggressive representation.

At Wesley Rhodes, Attorney at Law, we understand what is at stake when you are accused of committing a property crime in Little Rock. This is why we create a customized defense strategy for each client we represent. We do not rely on cookie-cutter legal solutions because  we know each case is unique.

Confused about your property crime charges? Get answers by calling us at (501) 361-4459 to schedule a free consultation.

Committed To Defending You Against Property Crime Charges

Prosecutors will not hesitate to seek harsh penalties in property crime cases. As your advocate, we will thoroughly prepare for their arguments, examining all facts of your case and possible outcomes. We will not back down from a legal challenge and are always prepared to argue your case in court when it is necessary to protect your rights.

We provide aggressive defense against a variety of offenses that include:

  • Shoplifting
  • Burglary
  • Larceny
  • Arson
  • Vandalism
  • Motor vehicle theft

When you hire me, we will address all matters of your legal situation and communicate with you regularly so that you are aware of your case’s progress. Throughout Little Rock and the surrounding area, we have earned a reputation for my reliable customer service. Contact us to learn about the other benefits we offer.

Understanding Property Crimes

What is considered a property crime?

In Arkansas, property crimes refer to a range of criminal offenses that involve the theft, destruction, or damage of someone else's property. Examples of property crimes in Arkansas include burglary, robbery, theft, vandalism, and arson.

Burglary involves entering a building or structure with the intent to commit a crime, such as stealing property. Robbery involves taking property from someone else by force or threat of force, such as mugging someone on the street. Theft involves taking someone else's property without their permission, such as shoplifting.

Vandalism refers to the willful destruction or damage of someone else's property, such as graffiti or breaking windows. Arson involves intentionally setting fire to someone else's property, such as a building or vehicle.

If you are facing charges for a property crime in Arkansas, it is important to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you understand the charges you are facing, the potential consequences of a conviction, and your legal options for defending yourself. Depending on the circumstances surrounding your case, your attorney may be able to argue that the evidence against you is insufficient or that you had a legitimate reason for your actions.

What are the legal consequences of property crime convictions?

In Arkansas, property crimes are considered serious offenses, and a conviction can result in significant penalties, including fines, jail time, and other legal consequences. The severity of the penalties depends on the type and value of property involved and the specific crime committed. Below are some of the potential penalties for property crimes in Arkansas:

  1. Fines: Property crime convictions can result in significant fines, ranging from several hundred dollars to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the value of the property involved.
  2. Jail time: Depending on the severity of the crime, property crime convictions can result in significant jail time, ranging from a few months to several years. Repeat offenders may face longer sentences.
  3. Restitution: If the victim suffered financial losses as a result of the crime, the court may order the offender to pay restitution to the victim.
  4. Probation: Offenders may be placed on probation, which requires them to follow certain conditions and restrictions, such as reporting regularly to a probation officer, staying away from the victim, and refraining from further criminal activity.
  5. Community service: Offenders may be required to complete a certain number of hours of community service as part of their sentence.
  6. Permanent criminal record: A property crime conviction can result in a permanent criminal record, which can make it difficult to find employment, housing, or obtain credit.

Overall, the penalties for property crimes in Arkansas can be severe and can have long-lasting consequences. If you are facing charges for a property crime, it is important to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you understand your legal rights and options for defending yourself.

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At Wesley Rhodes, Attorney at Law, we believe that our commitment to providing exceptional legal representation sets us apart from other law firms. Call us today at (501) 361-4459. Located in Little Rock, Arkansas.

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