Burglary is a felony and involves trespassing, or entering a building or remaining unlawfully with intent to commit any crime, not necessarily a felony or theft. A conviction for burglary may qualify as a conviction under a three strikes law or habitual criminal statute. We work with experienced Criminal Defense Attorney's in each state. We provide state and federal Criminal Defense Attorney referrals to individuals facing major crimes.
Have you been charged with a criminal Burglary?
When people are charged with a crime they face the prospect of incarceration. Ultimately that can bring with it probation and parole, large fines, forced registration with law enforcement, and perhaps most damaging, a record that severely hinders even the most rehabilitated - sometimes for the rest of their lives.
What's worse is that the damage can extend even to the accused's family in many ways. Finally, where a crime has been perpetrated the accused must acknowledge the damage that may have been done to any innocent victim. While we don't claim the ability to undo harms already done, we are here to provide finest and most ethical legal defense you'll find anywhere.
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Contact a Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been recently arrested for Burglary you need to talk to a criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. The most foremost priority is usually getting a lawyer to help arrange release and provide some information about what's ahead. Use our easy contact form and a lawyer will contact you within 24 hours.