Warrick County Burglary Lawyer
Over 15 Years Spent Protecting Clients’ Rights
Burglary takes place when a person breaks into and enters a building or residence to steal property. These charges are serious and could result in long jail sentences and steep fines. If you were charged with burglary, it is important that you get help from an experienced Warrick County criminal defense lawyer who can help you tell your side of the story. At Mathies Law, our careful planning and preparation have helped many of our clients to have their charges reduced or even dropped. Let us help you protect your rights.
Consequences of a Conviction
All burglary charges are prosecuted as felonies. If you are convicted, you will have a criminal record following you around for years, making it harder to find employment, housing, and loan opportunities. Let Mathies Law help you avoid being convicted of burglary.
You could face fines of up to $10,000 and, depending on the crime:
- Commercial burglary: Up to 6 years in prison
- Residential burglary: Up to 12 years in prison
- Burglary resulting in physical injury to another: Up to 16 years in prison
- Burglary with a deadly weapon: Up to 30 years in prison
- Residential burglary resulting in physical injury: Up to 40 years in prison
All sentences can be increased depending on whether or not you had deadly weapon, someone else was harmed, or you broke into a home. Your sentence will also depend on whether or not you had criminal intent.
Dial (812) 359-0149 Now
At Mathies Law, we may be able to help you prove you are not the criminal that prosecutors make you out to be. Call us today to schedule your free consultation and learn more about how to construct an effective defense.
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