Property crimes in Canada speak of the following offences including but not limited to: burglary, robbery, breaking and entering, theft, shoplifting, larceny, theft of a motor vehicle, vandalism, and arson.
The definitions of property crimes tend to overlap, but Canadian laws draw a distinct line through the accused’s means of committing the crime.
Property times range from simple to complex. No matter the evidence against you however, you still have rights.
Your best approach to this situation is to immediately seek a lawyer that will take the time to help you understand your legal rights, and who will fight for your winning results. Your first meeting with Bobby Russon and Windsor Criminal Law is always free.