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A burglary is defined as entering a dwelling or a structure of another with intent to commit an offense therein. Burglaries may be classified in the first, second, or third degree. The state must prove these offenses beyond a reasonable doubt.
Please contact us for a consultation to meet with one of our experienced lawyers to discuss your case. There are defenses to these crimes that an alleged offender may not be aware of.
A robbery is the taking of money or other property from another by force with the intent to permanently or temporarily deprive the person or the owner of the money or other property. Robberies may be classified in the first or second degree.
Please contact us immediately when faced with these serious charges.