Receiving Stolen Property
Receiving Stolen Property seems like a simple charge but it is actually complicated. However, being complicated helps you because the State has to prove you are guilty and that is hard to do in complicated cases.
Receiving Stolen Property is defined as receiving, retaining, or disposing of property of another knowing or believing the property was stolen. This forces the State to prove what you were thinking at the moment you received the property. Attempting to prove what was in one’s mind at a certain time is a difficult task and gives us the opportunity we need to fight back.
There are other defenses available besides the mental element the State is required to prove. Travis Kane has handled many Receiving Stolen Property cases and has the necessary experience to win.
Call Kane Law Offices at (937) 262-7693.