Atlanta Property Crime Attorneys
Arrested for Property Crimes? Call Our Atlanta Lawyers.
The consequences of a conviction for a property crime can be life-changing. If you or someone you care about has been arrested for a property crime, it is critical that you work with a well-qualified criminal defense attorney. Atlanta property crime Attorneys Nicholas Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum have dedicated their entire careers to excellence in matters of criminal law. We continue to provide effective legal representation to those accused of property crimes. Contact us today to learn more.
Handling All Georgia Property Crimes
Property crimes are generally thought to be crimes against property that do not involve using force or violence against a victim. We represent people accused of a wide range of these crimes including:
- Burglary: A person commits burglary when he/she enters another's home, car, boat, or property with the intent to commit either a felony or a theft. Often, people are charged without actually taking anything—just allegedly having the intent to do so can be enough to get you in serious legal trouble.
- Larceny / Theft: When you or someone you love has been accused of theft, like shoplifting, by conversion or by taking, penalties can be strict. We fight back by taking quick and effective legal action.
- Motor Vehicle Theft: When you have been accused of auto theft or related crimes, we can work with you to develop a strong defense.
- Arson: Because of the high profile and potential for injury in many arson cases, Georgia takes these cases very seriously. We fight back with a serious defense.
Will I Go to Jail?
Many of our clients are very concerned with whether or not they will go to jail; Georgia property crimes can carry maximum sentences of 10 years, or 20 years. While we cannot predict the future, years of experience have helped us accurately predict your chance of success and we have kept many clients out of jail. As experienced Atlanta criminal defense lawyers, we will guide you through your options, helping you take the most effective actions possible. To learn more about how we can help, get in touch with us today.
To talk to our criminal lawyers in Atlanta about the accusations of property crime you face, from burglary to larceny/theft, contact us online or call our Atlanta law office at (404) 471-3177. We offer free initial consultations.