Criminal Trespass, Defacement of Public or Private Property and Vandalism: Misdemeanor Property Crime

In North Carolina, when property crimes like burglary, breaking and entering, robbery, or receiving of stolen goods are involved, not unlike other crimes, evidence is the key factor in determining the best legal strategy to ensure the best possible outcome on behalf of an accused person. Tony Rollman’s first job is to ensure that your rights are not violated during the prosecution, and secondarily – though equally as important – to ensure the best possible result after each element of your case has been examined and all weakness in the evidence has been exposed.

Depending on the circumstances of the crime in which you are being investigated, or possibly accused of, penalties can vary substantially. Property crime covers the range from misdemeanor to felony, and are then categorized in two degrees: the severity of the charges depending upon value of the stolen goods or money, and whether a weapon was involved or the sanctuary of a residence was violated. North Carolina laws against property crime are intended to be strict, in an effort to discourage crime in general. Having an experienced, aggressive criminal defense lawyer can make all the difference in how positive your outcome might be.

Tony Rollman works with a team of legal professionals, including private investigators, fingerprint, video and laboratory experts. As a team, each of these professionals play an important role in helping you to avoid a property crime conviction. Tony manages and links these professionals, crafting scenarios casting reasonable doubt at a trial by a jury of your peers.

Tony can offer guidance and representation at every stage of the criminal justice process, from the beginning of the authorities investigation all the way through an appeal, if necessary. Your consultation is cost free.