Burglary charges are taken incredibly serious in the state of Florida, and offenders could be facing prison time if the crime is deemed worthy. However, burglaries don’t always carry a prison sentence for first time offenders, unless certain factors are true. For instance, you could be facing prison time if you burgled a dwelling, committed assault or battery, or used a weapon. The State usually has very experienced prosecutors assigned to handle robbery and burglary charges; this is why it is extremely important for a person accused to also hire a highly skilled and experienced attorney to work on their defense.
There are usually two types of defenses that the State uses against those being charged with burglary. The first one uses direct evidence like witness testimonies, and the second utilizes circumstantial evidence such as fingerprints to prove that you were at the scene of the crime. All prosecution tactics and witnesses will be thoroughly examined by our defense staff to minimize surprises and protect the rights of the accused.
Experienced Legal Representation
The knowledgeable attorneys at Perez LaSure Law have ample experience handling burglary cases, and will thoroughly investigate every aspect of your case and give it the individual attention that it deserves. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive a successful legal result, and we will protect your rights throughout every stage of the process. If you or a loved one are being charged with burglary, contact us for an initial consultation where we can discuss your legal options. Get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as possible.