June 28, 2010

Have a Utah Defenders Attorney Analyze Your Burglary Charges

Defense Lawyer for Burglary Charges

For the best defense against burglary charges contact Utah Defenders

Burglary is a common law crime and involves the unlawful entering of a home or other building with intent to commit a felony.

In Utah, burglary occurs when someone enters a building or remains in a building with the intent to commit a theft (or other felony and certain sex crimes such as voyeurism).  It does not matter what the value of the object of the burglary is or was for purposes of the nature of the punishment.  Thus, if the burglary occurred in a building other than a person’s dwelling it is a third degree felony.  If the burglary occurred in someone’s house or apartment it automatically becomes a second degree felony.

We, the Utah criminal defense attorneys at Salt Lake City based Utah Defenders delve into each of our cases in order to analyze every minute detail and every fact no matter how insignificant it may appear to ensure that all of your bases are covered.  When facing charges such as Utah burglary charges every fact could potentially be crucial to your defense.  For that reason we review and re-review every piece of evidence available to make sure that anything that can help you is presented in a way that will be most beneficial to your defense.  Burglary is extremely fact intensive and your defense will depend on each and every fact relevant to the charges.

We Have Your Best Interests in Mind

You are the client and we do not forget that.  We will do everything we can to defend your best interests and will advise you what we think the best course of action, but ultimately you decide whether to fight through trial or whether to enter into a reasonable agreement.  Either way, we will defend your rights every step of the way.

Contact Us Anytime

Our Utah criminal defense attorneys can be contacted any time of the day.  Call us at 801.618.1334 or email us and we’ll schedule a time for you to come into our offices and meet with a criminal defense lawyer to talk about your burglary charges.