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What is the Law on Criminal Damage to Property in Olathe Municipal Court?

Olathe City Ordinance 9.07.080 Criminal Damage to Property.

(1) Criminal damage to property is, by means other than by fire or explosive:

(a) Intentionally injuring, damaging, mutilating, defacing, destroying, or substantially impairing the use of any property in which another has an interest without the consent of such other person; or

(b) Injuring, damaging, mutilating, defacing, destroying, or substantially impairing the use of any property with intent to injure or defraud an insurer or lien-holder.

(2) Criminal damage to property is a Class A Public Offense if the property damaged is of the value of less than One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or is of the value of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or more and is damaged to the extent of One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.00) or less. (Ord. 06-71 § 4, 2006; Ord. 99-24 § 15, 1999; Ord. 83-75 § 2, 1983.)

So what do I do if I'm charged with Criminal Damage to Property in Olathe?

Start by researching the law on Criminal Damage to property cases. Once you have a good base knowledge of criminal damage to property cases, set up a time to meet with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to go over your case and possible defense strategies. Here is some more information on Criminal Damage to Property in Kansas.