Malicious Destruction of Property (MDOP) in Michigan covers a host of crimes generally related to intentionally injuring someone else’s property. For smaller offenses, the case may be charged as a misdemeanor, and for larger damage the case will likely begin as a felony charge. There are numerous specific MDOP charges if bridges, police or fire equipment, trees or even school buses are damaged. The Detroit Criminal Defense Lawyers at The Draper Law Firm have handled several high profile Malicious Destruction Of Property cases in Michigan and helped our clients either have charges dropped or obtained a manageable resolution so they could carry on with their lives. If you or anyone you know has been charged with malicious destruction of property in Michigan, contact The Draper Law Firm today.