Florida Burglary Defense Attorney
Defending Burglary Charges
Burglary is defined as a crime that involves the entry into someone else’s
property in an unlawful manner for the purpose of theft. Burglary is also
known by many as doing a "break in," or, "breaking and
entering." Although it may not involve any damage during the break
in, it is still considered burglary if someone enters through an unlocked
door or window with the intent to commit a felony or theft. Intent to
commit the crime must be proven for a conviction of burglary to succeed.
If you or someone you know has been charged with a burglary offense, having
a skilled criminal defense attorney is important to safeguard your rights.
Bogle Law, we have the experience and knowledgeable legal staff you will need to
present a strong defense on your behalf. With the right representation,
you can fight the charges brought against you.
Penalties for Burglary
The penalties in Florida for burglary vary depending on the circumstances
of the act, ranging from probation to life in prison. When a burglary
is committed in the presence of people inside the location, or if a firearm
or injuries occur, this can all lead to aggravating factors that can increase
the penalties for this type of crime. Being convicted obviously can have
dire consequences that will impact both you and your family for some time
to come. It is important you not delay in seeking a competent attorney
in order to begin an aggressive defense on your behalf. With Bogle Law,
you will receive personal one on one attention and a dedicated and caring staff.
As a former State Prosecutor, Attorney Bogle has extensive experience in
the courtroom and can present a strong defense for your case.
Our office has helped numerous clients in the Charlotte County, South Sarasota
County and Arcadia areas for some time and would be more than happy to
discuss your situation in a free initial consultation.
Don’t risk a burglary conviction,
call Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer Tauna R. Bogle, P.A. for help.