Property crimes in Hawaii encompass the theft or damage to the property of another. These offenses range from petty misdemeanors to serious felonies, and can often carry the very possibility of incarceration. At the minimum, an individual charged with a property crime faces the possibility of a permanent criminal record and restitution for the stolen or damaged property.
When you are charged with a property crime in Hawaii, it’s not a forgone conclusion that you will be found guilty of the charge. Every person charged with any crime is to be presumed innocent, and the prosecution must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Richard H.S. Sing has the knowledge and experience to lead your fight.
Protect your rights by immediately seeking professional and experienced advice from the Law Office of Richard H.S. Sing at (808) 537-1529.