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Gloria W. Fletcher, P.A.
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Gainesville, Florida 32607
 
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  Property Crimes
Whether it is considered a felony or misdemeanor, a property crime charge comes with very serious penalties. A conviction such as this may follow you for many years hindering you from applying for a jobs or voting in elections. If you have been charged with a property crime, contact an experience attorney as soon as possible. Our team is ready to handle all facets of your case and to aggressively defend you in a criminal trial.

What Is a Property Crime?

A property crime comes in many forms, which include:
  • Burglary – Burglary is defined as the unlawful entering of a vehicle or building with an intent to steal property.
  • Employee Theft – Employee theft is defined as the taking of money or property from an employer.
  • Grand Theft Auto – Grand theft auto is defined as the stealing of a vehicle belonging to another person.
  • Theft – Theft may be defined as the stealing of electricity, Internet, or television service in addition to valuables or property.
  • Trespassing – Trespassing is defined as the entering of another person’s property without his or her consent.
  • Possession of Stolen Property – Possession is defined as buying or acquiring goods that you are aware have been taken illegally.
  • Identity Theft – Identity theft is defined as stealing another’s personal information to acquire goods or valuables.

Felony Property Crimes
There are several property crimes that are prosecuted as a felony. Although the severity of punishment may vary, it is important to understand what is considered a felony in the state of Florida. For example, the following crimes are considered felonies: stealing a fire extinguisher, burglary, removing construction signs, and arson. A skilled attorney can help you review your case and discuss your options and rights with you.

Federal Property Crimes
Any crime is that is committed on federal or government property is considered a federal offense. These types of cases are more involved because the defendant could be charged in state and federal levels for the same offense. Double jeopardy, or being tried for the same offense twice, is not considered because the federal property crime is an entity of itself and the state can bring its own charge. Having a respected, dedicated attorney at your side will be your best defense in both courts. The earlier you get started on your case, the better your defense will be in the end. Do not hesitate to contact one of our aggressive attorneys today.

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