Property Crime Lawyers in Olathe
Experienced & Dedicated Trial Attorneys Also Serving Johnson County
Property crimes are those which do not cause any type of injury, harm, or force against another person. While this may seem like a much less serious offense than other crimes, it is still taken seriously in the eyes of the law. Many property crimes involve financial or economic damage to the victim rather than physical harm. At Duma Law Offices, we understand the need for a strong defense against property crimes. Our Olathe property crime attorneys are prepared to build an effective strategy against your charges to protect your rights.
Call our firm at (913) 225-8555 if you were charged with any type of non-violent offense.
Types of Property Crime
Most property crimes involve some type of property damage, economic damage, or generally breaking the law without hurting another individual. This could involve deception or fraud, such as a white collar crime, or a minor consuming alcohol or drugs. Skilled defense is necessary as many property crimes carry heavy penalties.
We defend all types of property crimes, including:
- Criminal Damage to Property
- White collar crimes
- Tax crimes
Contact Our Trusted Criminal Defense Firm
With over 40 years of experience practicing law, we have the necessary skill and dedication you need on your side. We are known for our effective approach and for our knowledge of the law.
If you would like to learn more about how we can help, please contact our Olathe property crime defense lawyers at (913) 225-8555 to schedule a free initial case consultation.
Our vast trial experience positions our firm as a force to be reckoned with when it comes to defense.
Focused on Client Interests
Putting our clients in the most favorable position possible is one of our highest priorities.
Our Family Fighting For Your's
Duma Law Offices is comprised of a father-son team that is committed to fighting for you and your family.
Seasoned Legal Abilities
For more than 40 years, we have protected and defended the rights of the accused.