A Strong Defense For Property Crime Charges
Crimes involving property are not usually as severe as crimes involving violence, but they can still have long-term consequences. To prevent a conviction from going on your criminal record and avoid a harsh penalty, you should take the proactive step of hiring a defense attorney to represent you.
I have the experience and track record of success to defend you. I am James K. Champion, the founding attorney of the defense firm Law Office of James K. Champion, PLLC. I provide strong criminal defense no matter the charges you face:
- Retail fraud, also known as shoplifting
- Theft, burglary or larceny
- Breaking and entering or home invasion
- Armed robbery
- Credit card fraud
If you live in western Michigan and the authorities have charged you with a property crime, contact my office in Grand Rapids to get my help.
Don’t Underestimate The Penalties For Property Crimes
Many people underestimate the severity of their charges, believing that the court will give them a mere slap on the wrist. This is a terrible misconception; courts impose harsh sentences for property crimes, including:
- Community service
- Jail time
Even if you do not have a criminal record or the charge against you seems minor, contact me. I will take every step available to help you avoid serious consequences.
I Will Defend You Against Federal Charges
The federal authorities investigate some property crimes. If a federal court convicts you, it may impose mandatory minimum sentences that are disproportionately severe. Law Office of James K. Champion, PLLC, can defend you in federal court. I have achieved numerous reduced charges, dismissed charges and not guilty verdicts for my clients.
Get Strong Criminal Defense. Get Your Free Consultation.
Avoid the criminal penalties of a property crime conviction. Even if you don’t live near Grand Rapids, I can travel to meet you. Schedule a free initial consultation with Law Office of James K. Champion, PLLC, to discuss your case. Call 616-773-2748 (888-898-5831 toll-free) or send an email.