Property and Financial Crimes
Criminal offences relating to property offences, theft, and financial crimes include white collar crimes, automobile theft, robbery, breaking and entering, cybercrimes, identity theft, arson, shoplifting, beaches of contract, money laundering, and other such crimes are defined under the Criminal Code of Canada. Penalties for such crimes could include fines, probation, imprisonment and travel restrictions. Being charged with one of these offences requires professional and experienced representation from a property and financial crimes lawyer in Calgary. Some property and financial crimes are considered minor cases, while others are much more serious. Regardless of the actual criminal offence, it is important to treat the charge as serious, no matter whether you were charged with shoplifting or robbery. Mr. Mr. After reviewing the “Results” section, contact Mr.