A burglary crime in the state of California should not be taken lightly, as the consequences can include jail or prison time, hefty fines, and a scar on your reputation. Defined as the entering of the property of another with the intent to commit theft or any other felony, burglary can be charged in the first or second degree and is considered a ‘strike’ if you are convicted.

If you’ve been arrested for burglary, please do not plead guilty without understanding the law and the options you have. The Kavinoky Law Firm understands the laws surrounding burglary, and are prepared to represent you in a court of law.

Dedicated Burglary Criminal Defense

Burglary charges are serious allegations and can have devastating effects on a defendant’s personal and professional life if convicted. The crucial element for a defense to a burglary charge is whether the accused person had the required intent to commit the crime at the time he or she entered the home. Frequently, this relies on circumstantial evidence, which is subject to reasonable interpretation.

If you’ve been charged with, or arrested for, burglary in the state of California, it’s important to seek legal counsel immediately. The Kavinoky Law Firm has handled thousands of burglary cases throughout the years, and our attorneys are standing by to take your call and schedule a consultation.

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