Criminal Possession of Stolen Property
New York City Criminal Defense Attorney
Possession of stolen property is a crime separate and independent of the
crime of theft. The prosecution must be able to prove certain facts that
involve your mental state in order to find you guilty of possessing stolen property.
For example, they must prove:
- You knowingly possessed stolen property.
- You knew property you bought or otherwise obtained was stolen.
- You had intent to keep the stolen property.
- You had intent to deprive the owner of the property.
Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C. is experienced in representing clients charged with possessing stolen
property. Mr. Bederow understands how to find weaknesses in the prosecution's
case against you, especially because he is a former assistant district
attorney at the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.
Schedule your case review by contacting Mr. Bederow at
Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C.
With over 15 years of experience, Mr. Bederow is confident in his ability
to help you face a possession of stolen property case. He has the knowledge
necessary to challenge the prosecutor's case, and he works to provide
the evidence needed to achieve favorable results on your behalf.
When your rights and freedom are at stake, it is important to hire a lawyer
you can trust. With Mr. Bederow on your side, you can achieve peace of
mind in knowing that we are working to help you move forward without a
For representation on a charge of possessing stolen property in New York
City, or another crime charge,
contact the Law Office of Mark A. Bederow, P.C.