Don’t Let Them Rob You Of Your Finances And Freedom
Burglary is a serious felony in Pennsylvania. Typically, it occurs when someone enters a building with the intent of committing a theft crime. Burglary charges may also be accompanied by a weapons charge, which can escalate a situation and lead to harsher prosecution.
An arrest and conviction for robbery, burglary, or breaking and entering can land you in jail, drain your finances with heavy fines and establish a criminal record. You need the help of a defense lawyer who can help you avoid those negative outcomes and ensure the best possible outcome for your case.
We Know The Serious Situation You’re About To Face
Attorney Jr. has handled more than 200 jury trials in his more than 33 years career as a defense lawyer. He knows that the punishments you face include jail time and restitution for things taken in a burglary. He also knows that your reputation and employment prospects could be irreparably damaged if you are convicted.
A burglary or robbery charge is usually accompanied by an offense such as:
- Receiving stolen property
- Criminal mischief
- Possession of an instrument of crime
If a home was occupied during a burglary, the consequences for the convicted could be a prison term of 10 to 20 years. Second-degree burglary is defined as entering an unoccupied home with the intent of committing a crime. Third-degree burglary is for entering an unoccupied building or business.
Mr. Lauer will tackle all of the factors of intent in a burglary case head-on, and will arm you with the facts and legal options you need to be aware of so that you can make sound decisions concerning your defense.
Put Our Attorney’s Experience To Work In Your Defense. Free Consultations.
When you face a theft conviction that could follow you around for the rest of your life, you need to discuss your options with a knowledgeable attorney. Talk to defense attorney Jr. and make sure you are getting the defense you need and deserve.
To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our Camp Hill office by calling or filling out this contact form. We will respond promptly no matter how you contact us.