Poughkeepsie Burglary Defense Lawyer
In New York, burglary is defined as unlawfully entering or remaining within
a building with the intent to commit a crime. The building in question
is often someone's home, and that is why these cases are taken so
seriously: someone's home and sanctuary has been violated. It is also
important to note that a person can be charged with burglary even if he
or she did not actually steal anything.
Be aware that criminal prosecutors are not going to go easy on you. If
you are convicted of this
criminal charge, you may face fines or incarceration. Your future is in jeopardy. Turn
to an experienced lawyer. Turn to The Law Office of Kelley M. Enderley, PC.
Attacking The Evidence In Burglary Cases
Since burglaries typically involve home invasion, there is rarely videotape
evidence. In fact, there may be little solid proof at all that the accused
committed the crime. In many cases, our Poughkeepsie burglary defense
attorney has seen that burglary charges have been filed on the basis of
little more than a co-defendant pointing the finger. The word of another
person accused of collaborating on the burglary is not strong evidence,
and we will attack it.
In some cases, the evidence may be more solid. The accused may have been
turned in by a pawn shop for attempting to sell stolen property. Whatever
the case may be, we will thoroughly review all evidence for weaknesses
and design a defense strategy designed to overcome the burglary charges.
Free Consultation: Hudson Valley Criminal Law Attorney
We offer a free phone consultation at 888-396-8007 or you can
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