Burglary generally refers to “the unlawful entry into any structure for the purpose of committing a felony or theft.
If there is no use of force, stealth or deception, you may be charged with the lesser crime of Trespassing or Breaking and Entering. .
Burglary and breaking and entering can be taken very seriously and may involve time in prison and costly bail or no bail at all. Burglary cases are prosecuted very aggressively by prosecutors if the dwelling was somebody’s personal home.
Our experienced criminal lawyers will perform our own investigation to uncover weaknesses in the State’s case. We will identify where the strengths lie and build a defense to best attack the State’s case. Alternatively, we will exploit the weaknesses in the case to put you, the client, in thee strongest position possible for the most desirable outcome.
Mark Wieczorek has successfully defended an 18 year old charged with burglary. After a 3 day jury trial, the jury found the defendant not guilty of burglary, a felony of the 2nd degree, and did not convict him of even the lesser charge of criminal trespass.
The attorneys at the Wieczorek Law firm include a former Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney and a former Hamilton County Public Defender. We are experienced in criminal cases at both the State and Federal level. We evaluate the evidence, using very specific techniques and our prior experience, to build the strongest defense possible.