Willful Destruction Or Theft Of Wildlife Attorney Violations of Wildlife Willful Destruction Laws States have strict laws governing willful destruction or theft of wildlife. Natural resources are a precious commodity that a state needs to protect and care for. Safeguarding these assets allows all individuals, not just hunters and fishermen, to be able to enjoy them in the future. When an individual commits the offense of willfully destroying or stealing wildlife, these charges are serious and can lead to stiff fines, penalties and even jail time. If you find yourself facing this situation, it is important to contact a wildlife violation defense attorney from WildlifeLawyers.com protect your rights. State laws specifically state that any person who hunts any wildlife and detaches and removes only certain parts of the body, such as the hide, claws, teeth, antlers, horns or feathers and leaves behind the carcass can be assessed large fines and possibly lose their hunting privileges for life. This is considered willful destruction, taking only parts of the body not for the sport of hunting, but only for harvesting trophies. Theft of wildlife can be considered poaching, since it is unauthorized taking of game, such as in hunting out of season. It can also mean hunting on private property and taking game from that property. Taking of live wildlife for transportation out of state is also in violation of State Wildlife Laws. Defense for Willful Destruction Or Theft Violations If you or someone you know has been charged with a wildlife willful destruction violation, it is vital you contact one of our skilled and knowledgeable attorneys so as to determine the best course of action for your defense. This type of charge is taken seriously by state wildlife authorities and can lead to severe penalties. Without proper defense, you can be looking at extremely large fines if not addressed properly. Let our experienced lawyers assist you with your defense. Contact us today. For aggressive defense against willful destruction or theft violation charges, contact WildlifeLawyers.com right away!