Malicious destruction of property, also known as MDOP for short, occurs when someone purposefully destroys your property. There can be criminal or civil. Malicious destruction of property criminal charges may generally vary and may include acts such as but are not limited to property damage, tampering one’s property or vandalism, littering or even a mere threat of imposing damage to your home, vehicle or any other property that you own. Commonly, targets are home yards, parked vehicles and even garden fixtures and decorative equipment outside your home.
When looking for a lawyer to help you out, make sure that you hire a lawyer that has enough experience and knowledge handling either civil or criminal malicious destruction of property cases.