- First-degree burglary
- Second-degree burglary
Our team at the Simmrin Law Group understands how to handle burglary charges. We can work to get your charges reduced or even dismissed. We’ll put your experience and legal knowledge behind you right now. Find out more about how we could help by calling (310) 997-4688.
What to Expect if You Are Charged with Burglary in California
Burglary is an example of a property crime charge in California. You can face either misdemeanor or felony charges if you are accused of burglary. The police can hold you in jail until your arraignment hearing. You’ll likely be:
- Questioned by the police and prosecution
- Arraigned on charges of burglary
After your arraignment, you will face criminal charges. Depending upon the result of your criminal case, you could end up convicted. A burglary accusation can lead to:
- Time in jail or prison
- Time on probation
A burglary lawyer in Los Angeles can stand up for you as soon as you are arrested. You have a Constitutional right to seek legal representation after an arrest. Exercise your rights by reaching out to a law firm right now.
For a free legal consultation, call (310) 928-9347
A Burglary Lawyer Can Defend You in and Out of Court
Working with a burglary lawyer in Los Angeles can give you back your peace of mind after an arrest. Your lawyer can:
Help with Police Questioning
You should be cautious about what you say after you are arrested for burglary. The prosecution can use everything that you say against you. Allow a lawyer to advise you each time you are questioned by the police or the prosecution.
Represent You at Your Bail Hearing
The court offers bail in some burglary cases. A lawyer can represent you during your bail hearing. This can help you get a lower amount of bail, which can help you stay out of jail before your trial.
A property crimes lawyer in Los Angeles will investigate the charges you are facing and gather evidence to build your defense. Your lawyer can also monitor the actions of law enforcement. Your lawyer will work to ensure police officers do not violate your rights during their investigation.
Work to Resolve Your Charges
Sometimes, burglary charges are handled outside of court in Los Angeles. Your lawyer can work to get your charges dismissed in some situations. In other cases, a lawyer can negotiate with the prosecution to bring you a plea bargain that is fair to you.
Support You in Court
Your burglary charges can end up going to court in Los Angeles. In this situation, you can work with a lawyer who has experience handling a judge and jury. Our team can build your defense when you call (310) 997-4688. Speak with the Simmrin Law Group right now.
Work with a Lawyer to Get Your Burglary Charge Reduced or Dismissed
Many individuals accused of burglary wonder if they can beat the charges they are facing. A criminal defense lawyer in Los Angeles can step in to help you successfully resolve these accusations. There are several ways to resolve a burglary charge. We can work to:
Get Your Charges Dismissed
Sometimes, the court system in California dismisses burglary accusations. We can work to get your charges dismissed if you were arrested without due cause. The court could also dismiss your charges if your rights were violated by the police.
Have Your Charges Reduced
You can accept a plea bargain after a burglary arrest. Plea bargains are deals with the prosecution that allow you to reduce your charges. However, some of these deals are not fair to you. You should always allow a lawyer to look these deals over before you accept them.
Get a Verdict in Your Favor
Our team can also defend you in court here in Los Angeles. We understand the defenses that work to handle burglary accusations. We’re ready to help if you are charged with commercial or residential burglary in California.
Call the Simmrin Law Group for Help Today
Get legal assistance from a lawyer if you are facing a burglary charge in California. Reach out to the Simmrin Law Group so we can begin working on your defense today. You can get legal help if you call (310) 997-4688 or fill out our online contact form. Find out more by contacting a burglary lawyer in Los Angeles. We’ll focus on your unique needs with a risk-free consultation.