Criminal Defense Attorney Anastasia Tramontozzi talks about how the recent rise in catalytic converter thefts in North Carolina has led to a rise in other violations as well. Many of our clients have been innocent of the obvious crime of possessing stolen property, but have been charged with violating policies and procedures when it comes to buying and selling used catalytic converters. In some circumstances, even if you unknowingly possessed a stolen catalytic converter, you could still be charged with a felony and be facing active jail time. So, if you have charges stemming from catalytic converter theft, give one of our Criminal Defense Attorneys a call. We can help.