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Crime against property

Crimes against property are one of the most common types of legal violations. The Criminal Code of Ukraine contains each type, its main characteristics and responsibility for the Commission of a crime:

Theft (Article 185 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) – secret theft of someone else’s property.

Robbery (Article 186 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) – open theft of someone else’s property. It is violent and non-violent.

Robbery (Article 187 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) – an attack on a citizen/group, real estate. Violence can be used, which is fraught with harm to life and health. Attackers can only threaten victims with violence, without using force, during the robbery.

Extortion (Article 189 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) – criminals demand to give up property or rights to it. They may also require certain property actions to be performed. Criminals threaten the victim and her relatives with violence by restricting their rights and freedoms, legitimate interests, causing harm, and destroying valuable items.

Fraud (Article 190 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) – obtaining property by deceptive methods or abuse of the victim’s trust.

Kasyanenko & Partners Law Company’s experts are ready to help in any criminal case. Our lawyers will provide you with protection. They are well aware of the rules of criminal law at all stages of the trial, including pre-trial investigations. We guarantee the safety of persons who have not committed crimes. We will help you get a reduced sentence if the suspect’s guilt is proven. We will carefully consider each moment that directly affects the qualification assigned to the crime, which affects the measure of restraint, the term.

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