Criminal mischief (O.R.C. 2909.07) can be charged when someone "knowingly moves, defaces, damages, destroys, or otherwise improperly tampers with" property that is not theirs. Typically, this is not seen as a serious criminal charge, but there are circumstances that allow the court to provide significant penalties for the convicted.
If you or a loved one have been charged with criminal mischief, then our skilled and proven counselors at Patituce & Associates are ready to hear from you. Our firm has more than 30 years of experience in the criminal defense arena and our team consists of three former prosecutors now dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of the accused.
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There are four different types of criminal mischief charges in Ohio. Depending on the severity of the situation or the potential harm done to others, the accused may find themselves facing either a misdemeanor or felony charge.
The different criminal mischief charges in Ohio include:
No matter which of these charges you or a loved one might be facing, our Toledo criminal mischief lawyers are ready to speak with you. Our team has navigated more than 200 criminal trials and consistently ensures that our clients receive the consideration they deserve from our criminal justice system.
It can be possible to secure reductions and dismissals. Request a free phone consultation today to start exploring your defense options.