Criminal Damage to Property

Often referred to as “vandalism,” criminal damage to property is an all-encompassing term that includes a variety of offenses: Defacement, desecration, and criminal littering Criminal tampering Criminal use of a noxious substance (“stink bombs”).

Criminal interference with another’s use of land, building or vehicle Classification of criminal damage to property and the amount of reparations for such crimes vary from state to state, so if you, a family member, or a friend has been charged with criminal damage to property, you should retain the services of a qualified attorney. David B. Franks, a McHenry County Criminal Lawyer, will analyze the facts of your case, evaluate your situation, outline all of your options and provide you with step-by-step recommendations on how your case should be handled.

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