Burglary & Robbery
Don’t let a burglary charge ruin your future. Get help from the aggressive defense attorneys at Marks & Brooklier
Considering that even the most minor burglary charge can land you behind bars, defendants cannot afford to face these types of charges without representation. Marks & Brooklier is here to provide the aggressive and effective representation to help. We’ll make sure you understand the details of the charges against you as well as your legal rights and options. We sincerely care about every client’s future and provide top-quality advice geared towards obtaining the best possible resolution to your case.
What Is Burglary?
Technically, burglary can be charged when one enters a building (or even a vehicle) with the intention to commit a felony. The felony does not necessarily need to be theft though - it could be any felony. First degree burglary (entering a residence with the intention of committing a felony), usually puts a strike on your record. Second degree burglary is entering another type of building, such as a business, with the intention to commit a felony. Entering a car can also qualify as second-degree burglary.
What Is Robbery?
When property is taken by force or fear (regardless of whether the force was physical or verbal), it is considered a robbery under California law. If the alleged victim was made to surrender property against his or her will, the law states that a robbery has taken place. Marks & Brooklier has the experience defending clients against all types of robbery charges, including armed robbery, strong-arm robbery and robbery resulting in serious bodily harm, among others.
Building A Strong Defense
If you or someone you know has been arrested or charged of robbery, you need to contact an experienced robbery defense attorney who will carefully review your case and provide you with the best representation possible. At Marks & Brooklier, we have decades of experience in defending clients burglary and robbery charges.
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