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 Property Crimes
When law enforcement believes a person has damaged property that belongs to someone else, they will charge the accused person of committing criminal damage to property. Often times, the only evidence police rely on to make such a charge is the verbal testimony of the property owner. Frequently police usually do not have fingerprint evidence, DNA samples, or video surveillance of the act in question. The accused person would have a very strong case to take to trial if this happens. Kenyon Law Firm aggressively defends people accused of property crimes. Let Kenyon Law Firm experience work for you.
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