Personal property crimes often have considerable evidence associated with them. These cases can often be challenging from a defense standpoint, but that doesn't mean that you can't work on a defense. We can help you to plan a defense that takes the specifics of your case into account.
There are several aspects of your case that we need to review when we are planning your defense. This starts with reviewing the claims that the prosecution has made about the incident. This could clue us into the points that we need to address.
Once we know what points we must address, we can move forward with working on how to address each one. There are a few options that we might use here. We might try to prove that certain points aren't valid. We might agree with some points but try to explain them from your point of view. We might try to call certain aspects of specific evidence into question, such as taking the evidence collecting procedures used into account.
Ultimately, your defense has to be based on the case that is being presented against you and showing why the prosecution isn't 100 percent correct on their claims. This can help you to work toward a not guilty finding, and it can also prove useful if your plan for the defense is to reduce the penalties that you are facing.
We understand that this is a difficult time for you. We are here to help you work out the issues that you have with your defense so that you can continue building your case.