Armed Burglary Cases in Miami
Penalties for Armed Burglary
Armed burglary is a felony in the first degree which is punishable by imprisonment for up to 30 years and a fine of up to $10,000. Even if you enter a dwelling, structure or conveyance unarmed and then arm yourself once inside, it is still a first-degree felony. Your future is at serious risk if you hesitate to consult with a tough Miami theft crime lawyer who is ready to vigorously defend you against unreasonable charges.
You have rights that need to be protected and your attorney needs to be intimately familiar with how the justice system works in our state and what realistically needs to be done to obtain a successful outcome in your case. At Hager & Schwartz, P.A., we are former Florida state prosecutors so have insight concerning how you will be charged and what tactics a prosecutor might use against you. We have proven time and again that this type of experience can lead to a distinct advantage for our clients.
Miami Criminal Defense Attorney
Our firm concentrates exclusively upon criminal law and criminal defense cases. This allows us to focus all of our attention on successful strategies for winning cases in this field. We are not distracted by other areas of practice. Using our extensive knowledge of the law, skill and experience, we would like to go to work for you.
Being arrested for burglary can be hard to bare. The consequences of being convicted are almost inconceivable. Your choice of lawyer is a very important step in helping you avoid the maximum penalties or in having your case dismissed. If you have any questions that need to be resolved before making your final decision as to an attorney, we are available to answer those questions.
Contact a Miami theft crime attorney if you are in need of professional and effective legal help concerning your armed burglary charge.