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Defending Against Criminal Charges Involving Property

Property crime cases often take the form of stealing or illegal entry. While ranging in severity based on the crime, the consequences of a property crime conviction can be serious and life-changing. Your career could come to an end. Your freedom could be at risk.

Establishing The Law Office of Daniel D. Kienker, LLC, was the beginning of my second career. My 26-year military background instilled in me a work ethic that few of my peers possess. That diligence and dedication remain today in the handling of criminal cases and dealings with my clients. I am responsive and understand the importance of open and ongoing communications.

Representation In All Cases, From Shoplifting To Burglary Accusations

Residents of Columbia and throughout South Carolina come to me facing larceny, grand larceny and petty larceny from property crime accusations that include:

  • Burglary
  • Shoplifting
  • Auto theft
  • Identity theft
  • Employee theft
  • Unauthorized credit card use
  • Bad checks
  • Vandalism and destruction of property

Pursuing the best outcome can involve an acquittal or charges being dropped. However, it may mean minimizing the consequences you face once convicted. As a former prosecutor, I know how cases are prosecuted. The plea bargains and diversion programs prosecutors offer are similar to the ones I communicated to criminal defense attorneys. That insight can be an invaluable asset.

I understand the fear and uncertainty you face. Regardless of the process and the end result of your property crimes case, I remain at your side until your case is resolved through negotiation or trial litigation.

Contact A Columbia Area Criminal Defense Attorney

For more information or to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Columbia robbery charges lawyer, you can email me or call 803-470-0447.

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