If You Have Been Arrested for a Criminal Offense, YOU HAVE RIGHTS
A burglary is defined as the unlawful entry into a conveyance (car, boat, truck, anything that is movable) dwelling (house, apt, trailer, anywhere that a person can legally reside) or structure (office building, storage shed, etc.) with the intent to commit a crime unless the property is open to the public or a person is invited inside. Burglaries are one of the most serious crimes and are always classified as a felony.
Depending on the facts of the case, there are many ways to resolve a burglary without incarceration; however, it is always a possibility if the facts are serious enough and especially if the accused has prior cases. That is why it is important to retain the services of Sneider Law to give you the best chances to walk away with a satisfactory result.
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