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Experienced Attorneys For Property Crime Cases

Crimes against property generally involve the unlawful taking, using, entering into, damaging or destroying of what belongs to someone else. These crimes can range from misdemeanors with relatively minor consequences to serious felonies punishable by lengthy prison sentences.

If you have been charged with a crime against property in Colorado, the help of a knowledgeable defense attorney can make a tremendous difference in the outcome. The experienced criminal defense attorneys of Pearson & Paris can help you understand your legal rights and defend you against property criminal charges, including:

Serious Charges Call For Effective Defense

As with other criminal offenses, conviction for a property crime requires evidence that adequately proves guilt. While the evidence in a case is often assumed to be reliable by law enforcement and the prosecution, it can be challenged and discredited by a skilled defense attorney. Evidence in property crimes cases can range from physical evidence like footprints or tire marks in burglaries or theft crimes to more intangible evidence related to IP addresses and storage media in computer crimes cases.

Our defense attorneys are skilled at analyzing, scrutinizing and aggressively challenging all types of evidence, as well as the law enforcement methods that yielded it. In addition to taking a highly investigative approach in their work, our attorneys can engage independent investigators who can provide additional information to support a defense strategy.

Contact Our Defense Lawyers

Contact Pearson & Paris, P.C., at 303-872-4719 or toll free at 303-872-4719 for an initial phone consultation about your case. We will be happy to answer your questions about property crimes defense or any other criminal matter.