Property crimes can refer to many offences that do not involve violence, direct confrontation or physical danger. They are much more common than violent crimes and can include break-ins, car theft, robbery, mischief and other similar offences.

If you have questions about a property crime related charge, call Rishi Gill at 604.899.1436. Your initial consultation with Rishi is no charge and includes a review of your case, possible defences and courses of action. When you call, you will speak to Rishi Gill directly (not a paralegal or assistant), so you can be assured that the counsel you receive will be timely and discrete.

What’s the law on property crimes in Canada?

Property crimes are prosecuted under various sections of the Criminal Code of Canada, particularly in sections 321 through 366.

What happens if I get convicted of a property crime?

The severity of the punishment is based on several factors, including the criminal background of the accused and the value of damaged or stolen items.