Build A Strong Defense Against Any Property Crime

You deserve the chance to defend your rights, protect your best interests and fight the charges against you. The St. Paul law firm Kaess Law, LLC, can help.

Victimless crimes such as destroying or defacing property might not seem like a big deal, but property crimes are taken very seriously in Minnesota. Offenses can range in severity from misdemeanors to felony offenses, and prosecutors are all too eager to throw the book at alleged offenders.

If you've been accused of a property crime, including shoplifting and theft, don't wait for prosecutors to come to you with a deal. Chances are, it won't be in your best interests or they won't approach you at all. Your future freedoms depend on you making smart choices about your defense going forward. Ensure you're making the right ones with help from attorney Ryan Kaess.

Experienced Handling A Variety Of Property Crimes

Property crimes are typically associated with the theft or destruction of property. This can include:

  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Arson
  • Vandalism
  • Malicious trespassing

The charges against you may have come from a witness who may claim to have seen you steal or destroy property. Just because they say you committed a crime, doesn't mean they're right. They could be lying or have mistaken you for someone else.

You shouldn't have to face a wrongful conviction because of someone else's dishonesty or revenge. Let us review your case and start taking the right steps toward a favorable resolution.

Get Hard-Hitting Defense When It Matters Most

Whether you have been accused of a property crime or your child has, let Kaess Law, LLC, review your case to determine if the allegations are true or not. If something seems amiss, our lawyers will put prosecutors on notice and start gathering evidence of our own to ensure the protection of your or your child's rights.

We are known in the St. Paul area for aggressively defending our clients inside and outside the courtroom, and doing what's best for our clients. This can include seeking an expungement after charges are dismissed or our client is acquitted.

Talk To Us Today

If you're facing criminal charges for a property crime, don't wait to see what happens. Contact us today to ensure the protection of your rights. Let us put more than 20 years of combined experience to work for you. Call Kaess Law, LLC, at 651-204-2415 or send an email to get started on your free initial consultation.