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Los Angeles Vandalism Defense Attorney

Charged with Vandalism in L.A?

Los Angeles authorities are particularly concerned with cases of vandalism and have severe penalties for those they consider have committed damage to another's property. When accused of the this crime, it is crucial that you contact a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer from Tyler & Wilson, LLP, at once if you or a loved one has been accused of this offense. The penalties for vandalism can include fines, jail time, community service and even time spent in state prison in certain cases that are deemed to be particularly serious. Law enforcement and prosecutors aggressively seek to convict individuals who have defaced schools, churches, synagogues, city buildings, cemeteries, or private property. The penalty and charges filed, whether a misdemeanor or felony will be based not only on the cost to repair the damage, but related to the location where it occurred.

Vandalism Defense Lawyer in Los Angeles

With task forces dedicated to identifying taggers and others who deface property, a young person or adult can be caught in the net mistakenly through being in the wrong place at the wrong time. When it is deemed that the crime is a "hate crime" the penalties can become even more severe. It is critical that you have legal representation to fight for your rights and defend you against vandalism charges. In many cases, mistaken identity or other situation can lead to an arrest.

If you are facing an accusation of vandalism whether the charge is a felony or misdemeanor, taking action to defend yourself is vital. The outcome of the case can be influenced significantly by the attorney you choose to represent you in the case. The legal team at the firm takes on such cases determined to seek out the opportunities to defend the case and get a "not guilty" verdict, get a reduced charge or avoid jail or prison time for the client. Act quickly in such cases, as the defense may depend on other witness statements or evidence that becomes harder to obtain as time passes.

Contact a Los Angeles vandalism defense lawyer from the firm if you have been arrested and charged with this offense.

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