Burglary & Property Crimes
In Broward & Palm Beach Counties
Burglary is usually defined as the entry into a property with the intent to commit a crime once inside. A burglary doesn’t necessarily involve breaking and entering, and can simply wander through an open door. There are many things to consider when facing burglary charges such as what type of property the crime occurred on, and whether or not anybody was in inside while it occurred.
On the less severe end of the property crime spectrum are misdemeanors such as trespassing, loittering and prowling, and Criminal Mischief. On the more severe end is arson and burglary.
Types of Burglaries include (Unoccupied & Occupied)
- Burglary of a Structure
- Burglary of a Conveyance
- Burglary of a Dwelling
All burglaries are felonies, and become more severe depending on whether or not anybody was present. Felony burglary charges can bring probation or jail/prison time. Retaining an attorney is imperative in any burglary or property crime case. Call The Law Firm of Adam M. Brofsky, P. A. and ensure the best outcome for your case.
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