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By: G. Randolph Rice, Jr. on May 16
DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
What is Destruction of Property?
Destruction refers to destroying, injuring, or defacing property belonging to someone else. The charge and potential sentence you face for this Maryland property damage offense depends wholly on the value of the damage committed.
What can happen to me if accused of Destruction of Property?
Damages GREATER than $500: you will face misdemeanor charges and a maximum sentence of up to 3 years in prison and fines of up to $2,500.
Damages LESS than $500: the charge is still a misdemeanor but the potential sentence is up to 60 days and fines reaching $500.
Don't Go to Court Alone. A criminal conviction can affect the rest of your life. You could spend years in jail, pay fines, Court costs and regret not having a professional attorney advising you on the best decisions in your criminal case. Call Attorney Randolph Rice at 410.288.2900 to schedule a FREE criminal defense consultation. We have years of experience and we can put that knowledge to work in your criminal case.
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