22 Jan When Facing a Burglary Charge, Get the Help You DeservePosted in Theft & Property Crimes
If you are facing a burglary charge of any kind, it is important to act quickly to get the help you need to defend yourself against potential consequences. An Illinois burglary charge stems from illegally entering or remaining on a property without permission and committing a theft, and, if you are convicted, you could be facing significant time in jail. Our legal team understands that your future is valuable and we can help you during this difficult time.
Burglary-related charges are felonies and are considered Class 1 or Class 2 felonies depending upon the location the felonious act took place. We have experience defending against a wide range of charges and we understand what it takes to protect your interests. Our team also has experience representing juveniles facing various types of burglary charges. By seeking legal assistance as soon as possible, you will have a team working on your behalf from the initial investigation to a final resolution.
Illinois defendants should remember that being accused of a crime or formally charged with a crime does not mean that they will be convicted. It is possible to fight these charges, pursue lesser penalties and present evidence for a defense. Even a lesser burglary conviction can have a long-term impact on a career and reputation, but there is no need to face this situation alone.
An experienced defense lawyer is your best ally when facing a burglary charge of any kind. We will take a personal interest in your case and pursue the best possible outcome for you. Our team of attorneys will provide an honest evaluation of your case and determine the best way to build a criminal defense for you.
Don’t delay — contact us for help today at 630-305-0222 if you have been accused of any criminal charges including drug crimes, criminal offenses, DUI/DWI, elder abuse, felonies, family law, personal injury and more.