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Like many others in North Carolina, property crimes can have profound consequences. If you’re found guilty of committing property crimes, you could expect to face fines, prison time and other long-term penalties.

Before you speak with authorities or prosecutors, contact us at Sullivan Law. We’ve spent our careers helping defendants like you in Bolivia, North Carolina, and Brunswick County advocate for your interests and defend your liberties when you face criminal charges.

What Constitutes A Property Crime In North Carolina?

The state considers the following as property crimes:

  • Breaking and entering
  • Larceny after breaking and entering
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Breaking a motor vehicle
  • Misdemeanor larceny
  • Injury to real property
  • Injury to individual property
  • Larceny of a motor vehicle

Some of these property crimes can overlap with other criminal charges we manage. No matter what you’re charged with, you can find peace of mind working with us as we’ll fight diligently to protect your interests and future.

Value Of Property Can Often Determine The Penalty

Like many other crimes, property crime penalties can vary depending on the severity. In many cases, the severity of the crime can heavily rely on the value of the items damaged or stolen. Depending on the circumstances, a property crime charge can be a misdemeanor if the items stolen or damaged are under $1,000.

However, those found guilty of misdemeanor property crimes could still have to spend up to four months in prison. A property crime becomes a penalty charge when the items damaged or stolen are worth more $1,000. In these instances, those found guilty of felony property crimes may have to spend more than three years in prison.

The consequences for property crimes in North Carolina can be steep. However, there is a lot you can do to reduce the severity of your charge or have it dropped entirely. Call us at 910-250-9289 today so we can learn more about your case and help you develop a tailored defense strategy.

Defend Your Freedom Today To Protect Your Tomorrow

When facing a property crime charge, having loyal, focused and resolute counsel is crucial. We pride ourselves on pursuing a desirable outcome in your criminal case. You can expect to hear back from us whenever you have questions or concerns within one business day. We’ll keep you updated as things unfold and provide educated guidance so you can make strategic decisions surrounding your case.

Schedule an initial consultation with us today by calling 910-250-9289 or completing our contact form.