Have you been charged with Criminal Damaging?
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A charge of Criminal Damaging in the State of Ohio is usually a misdemeanor charge which can carry a maximum penalty of a 90 days in jail and a maximum $750 fine.
If you are charged or accused of Criminal Damaging, you need an attorney who has experience in criminal defense. Get in touch right away to find what you can do to put yourself in position to defend against this charge. The consultation is free.
What is Criminal Damaging?
The Ohio Revised Code defines Criminal Damaging in R.C. 2909.06:
“(A) No person shall cause, or create a substantial risk of physical harm to any property of another without the other person's consent:
(1) Knowingly, by any means;
(2) Recklessly, by means of fire, explosion, flood, poison gas, poison, radioactive material, caustic or corrosive material, or other inherently dangerous agency or substance.”
Damaging or destroying another's property can lead to a charge of criminal damaging.
What can you do?
Call now at 419-830-7441. If you, or someone you care about, have been charged with an offense of Criminal Damaging in and around Toledo, including Oregon, Maumee, Sylvania, Bowling Green, or Perrysburg, contact an experienced and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer, Brian C. Morrissey, Attorney at Law. He will fight to get your criminal case a favorable outcome while protecting your rights. A prompt and confidential consultation with a qualified attorney will help. Steps need to be taken at once to address these charges. Contact Brian C. Morrissey, Attorney at Law, right away at 419-830-7441 to set up a free consultation.