What Is Malicious Mischief?
Seattle Malicious Mischief Lawyers
Malicious mischief is defined as a crime that causes physical damage to another individual's property. It can be charged as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on what was damaged, the severity of the damage, and the value of the items. As with any criminal charge, the sooner you get started on your case, the better your chances of a favorable outcome.
Acts of malicious mischief can include:
- Destroying data
- Erasing records
- Tampering with state property, utilities, or emergency vehicles
- Impairing safety of efficiency of an aircraft or its parts
If you are being charged with malicious mischief, don't wait to consult a Kirkland criminal defense lawyer about your case. I can work quickly and effectively to get your charges reduced or dismissed. If I believe a trial can lead to a better outcome, I am not afraid to challenge your charges in courts all across King and Snohomish counties.
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