Property Offences Lawyers Edmonton
Property crime is a broad term that covers a wide variety of criminal offences, ranging from theft, fraud, and breaking and entering to extortion, counterfeiting, embezzlement, and robbery. All property offences are serious, but cases range from minor shoplifting charges to a multi-million-dollar fraud cases. Because these offences involve allegations of dishonesty, convictions can have serious consequences for your reputation, opportunities for employment, and on your ability to travel, particularly to the United States. A conviction for crimes of dishonesty can also have serious implications on immigration status, making it much harder to become a citizen or permanent resident, and could even result in deportation from Canada.
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At Moustarah & Company, our lawyers have successfully defended clients charged with everything on the spectrum of property crime from minor thefts, to possession of stolen property, to high-level fraud cases. We will bring all of our skills and knowledge to bear in assessing your case, clearly setting out your options, and diligently defending you in court. Our lawyers are committed to providing exceptional service that is tailored to your specific needs. There are a variety of defences to property crimes and there may be a wide range of potential outcomes available to you. We will leave no stone unturned in ensuring that you receive the best possible result for your criminal charge and your future.
If you are charged with theft, fraud, or any other property related offence, contact us for a free initial consultation to discuss your options.
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