Southern Indian Property Crime Defense Attorney

Kevin Moser Law, PLLC, represents individuals who have been charged with property crimes throughout southern Indiana. Our firm is led by attorney Kevin Moser, whose experience in serious criminal offenses has helped achieve reduced sentences, reduced charges and dropped charges for adult offenders as well as juveniles charged with crimes.

These are severe serious criminal charges that are bound to influence our clients far beyond today. We believe everyone deserves a chance at strong defense, and building that defense starts with clear communication between the property crime defense lawyer and the individual who has been charged.

Attorney Kevin Moser works with clients personally to answer questions and provide guidance through the legal process. He will inform you of your rights, what can be expected in court and how different defense strategies may yield different results. The law can be confining, but we are skilled in finding technical details that work in our clients' favor.

Schedule a free initial consultation with us at Kevin Moser Law, PLLC, by reaching us online or by telephone at 812-497-4836 in Indiana or 866-586-7577 toll free.

Handling The Full Scope Of Theft And Property Damage Case In Indiana

While property crimes seem minor in comparison to violent crimes, they are still very serious offenses under Indiana law. A conviction could result in steep fines and years of incarceration, depending upon the circumstances surrounding the crime, the financial value of the damages done to property, the age of the offender and a variety of other factors.

Property crimes can be classified as misdemeanors or felonies and include offenses such as:

  • Shoplifting and other general theft crimes
  • Breaking and entering
  • Robbery, burglary and property crimes that involve violence
  • Receipt and retention of stolen property
  • Altering property that has been stolen (i.e., altering or removing serial numbers)
  • Identity theft and theft of personal information

Criminal mischief is another serious offense that involves intentional property damage. The charge will be classified according to the amount of damage done, the type of property damaged (i.e., personal property or government property), if the damage disrupts supply of public services (i.e., water or utilities), or if the damage involves manipulation of data.

Every case is different, so make sure to discuss your options with an experienced defense attorney at Kevin Moser Law, PLLC. Our office is in Ft. Mitchell, KY, and we handle cases throughout Indiana and Kentucky.