Property Crimes And Their Consequences
Though robbery is one of the first property crimes that may come to mind, it is not the only one. Other types of property crimes include:
- Robbery, theft and burglary
- Fraud, embezzlement and other white collar crimes
- Identity theft
- Criminal mischief
Robbery is an extremely serious offense in Arkansas. State law classifies a robbery charge as a Class B felony, meaning you could face up to 20 years’ imprisonment, as well as extensive fines. Aggravated robbery is an even more serious offense: It can result in a life sentence.
Facing Property Offense Charges With Confidence
With that much at stake, you need a skilled criminal defense attorney to ensure that you are treated fairly under the law.
No matter your charge, we are on your side. It’s easy to feel like you’re just a number in the criminal justice system when you’re charged with an offense — not at McKay Law Firm, PLLC. We truly believe that everyone is innocent until proven guilty, and we give each client the individual attention and respect that they and their case deserve.
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If you or a loved one has been accused of robbery, theft or another property crime, please call our Little Rock office to discuss your case, at 501-451-4705. You may also reach out through our online contact form. Your initial consultation will be free.