Vandalism is a common result of teenage indiscretions. Young people sometimes cross the line from harmless fun to criminal acts without intending to commit wrongdoing. One thing leads to another, and graffiti or broken windows can result in the arrest of a juvenile.
Adults may also be charged with vandalism. Theft, breaking and entering, and vandalism charges often go together, like when people break into vacant properties to strip them of copper plumbing or fixtures that can be resold. Whatever the circumstances of your criminal arrest and vandalism charges, you need to discuss the matter as soon as possible with an attorney who will advise, guide and defend you.
From Law Offices in Albany, Schenectady, & New York: Defending New Yorkers Charged With Vandalism
How will you defend yourself or your teenage child against exaggerated or trumped-up charges after an alleged vandalism incident? The answer is to rely on a defense lawyer whom you can trust to champion your best interest.
If you or your juvenile son or daughter has been charged with vandalism in New York, Sacco Tyner welcomes your inquiry. Our criminal defense attorneys are prepared to help safeguard your constitutional rights while defending you zealously in the face of theft, arson or vandalism charges. We assist clients in Albany, Schenectady, Saratoga, the Capital Region and throughout New York State.
Contact a New York Property Crimes Lawyer
If you have been charged with any type of property crime and need to speak with an attorney, schedule a consultation at our Albany, Schenectady or New York City law office. Call us at 866-642-3807 or contact us online.