Property Crimes

If you have been charged with committing property offenses then we can help you. Do not answer any questions or provide any statements concerning what you know without consulting an experienced criminal defense attorney who can provide you with knowledgeable advice. You have the constitutional right under the 5th and 14th Amendments of the United States Constitution to not make any statements incriminating yourself of property crimes and other crimes. That right basically means that you do not have to provide evidence against yourself.

Additionally, the United States Supreme Court has determined that you have to be advised of your rights prior to any questioning by law enforcement.  Any voluntary statements that you may make may not be protected under the Constitution. Always consult an experienced criminal defense attorney before you give any information to law enforcement.


Call us to set up a free initial consultation.  Allow our Fayetteville firm to lay out a top criminal defense strategy for your best results.  Your freedom may be on the line, so you need to get it right.  Local Criminal Defense Attorney Ken Burns has over twenty-five (25) years of experience providing criminal defense representation for property crimes and improving his client’s outcomes in the Fayetteville and Cumberland County, North Carolina criminal courts.

Stay Informed. We use the latest technology to our advantage so that you stay informed about your case and help you stay in touch with your attorney. Unlike other firms, with Burns Law you will always know which attorney will be handling your case.  With Burns Law, you have a direct line of communication with your attorney at all times during our handling of your case.