Property Damage Attorney in Wisconsin

Criminal damage to property charges can arise from a number of different situations. They could arise from domestic disputes that result in damage to property or from vandalism, road rage, or some other behavior.

To convict you of a criminal damage to property charge in Wisconsin, the prosecution must prove that:

  • You caused damage to physical property AND
  • You intentionally caused the damage AND
  • The property belonged to another person AND
  • You caused the damage without consent of the owner or agent AND
  • You knew the property belonged to another person and that the other person did not consent to the damage.

Penalties for a Criminal Damage to Property Charge in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, criminal damage to property is a misdemeanor offense and carries with it a maximum penalty of 9 months in jail and a $10,000 fine.

Choose an Attorney Who Will Aggressively Fight for Your Rights!

No matter how the situation arose, you need one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys by your side. For a no obligation consultation with one of our criminal defense attorneys at Doar, Drill & Skow, call 877-362-7529 toll free or contact us online. Located in New Richmond, we serve clients throughout western Wisconsin.