Solano County Burglary Attorney
Burglary & Robbery Charges
If you have been charged with burglary or robbery in Fairfield, Vallejo or anyplace else in Solano County, you could be facing serious penalties. Depending on the circumstances, you may be additionally charged with offences such as assault and battery,
assault with a deadly weapon, or any number of other
theft crimes. An aggressive and hard-working
Vacaville criminal defense lawyer should be hired immediately to come to your defense. You are up against the entire justice system and anything you say may be used to further incriminate you. California has the tough Three Strikes law and being found guilty of burglary or robbery could be a strike against you.
Burglary can be charged if you enter a residence with the intention of stealing or committing a felony. This is burglary in the first degree. Entering another type of building, such as a business, with the intent to commit a felony would be a second degree charge. Robbery is defined as the taking of personal property from another by means of force or fear.
Vacaville Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Benicia, Fairfield, Dixon, Vallejo & Rio Vista
The penalties for burglary, depending on whether it is first or second degree, can range from imprisonment in the county jail for up to a year and imprisonment in the state prison for up to 6 years. Robbery is punishable by state imprisonment for up to 9 years.
At Petty and Warshawsky, Attorneys at Law, we feel that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. Every case is unique and our clients deserve individualized attention and an effective defense. We have a combined 35 years of experience which is at your disposal. Our commitment to fighting for people's rights and a tough legal defense has proven successful in defending countless cases. Our knowledge and understanding of the law and our ethical representation of our clients can be utilized to help you.
Contact a Solano County burglary attorney
if you have been charged with burglary or robbery and you need assistance proving your innocence.