Defending You From Burglary Charges
Have you been accused of burglary? If convicted, you could face serious repercussions. By acting quickly and choosing an experienced criminal defense attorney to serve as your advocate, you are taking the most important step toward protecting your rights and your future. You want to give your attorney every opportunity to help you get the best possible result, and that is why it is so critical to enlist your advocate as soon as possible.
Protect your rights and your future. Call 866-383-1545 to schedule a free initial consultation!
When you contact The Lanzon Firm, in Knoxville, you will benefit from our years of experience defending clients throughout Tennessee against criminal charges.
Breaking and Entering Is Burglary
People are often surprised to be charged with burglary simply for breaking and entering. Perhaps a door was broken down. Perhaps a building was entered without the owner’s permission. These actions are all that is necessary to be charged with burglary.
Burglary and Associated Charges
Burglary is a complex matter because it is typically associated with other charges. You may have been accused of burglary, but you may also have been accused of attempted robbery, theft or even assault, depending on the situation. Rarely are people charged with just burglary.
Furthermore, many people are arrested and charged not only with burglary and theft, but also with the attempt to sell the stolen goods at a pawnshop or elsewhere.
Because of the fact that you are likely facing multiple charges, it is important that you choose an attorney with the skill and experience to defend against each charge simultaneously and reach a favorable outcome. You will find that attorney at our law firm.
Do Not Wait to Contact Us for a Free Initial Consultation
Contact the Knoxville burglary lawyers at The Lanzon Firm to learn more about how we can put our years of trial experience to work for you. Our 24-hour answering service alerts us to emergency calls. Do not delay. Call toll free, 866-383-1545, now.