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Category Archives: Burglary

Defining Burglary

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When you hear the term burglary, you probably envision a masked offender breaking into a home at night. While it is a common burglary scenario, this serious crime is far more reaching and you may be surprised by the various situations that can lead to a burglary allegation. A recent article by Space Coast… Read More »

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Extending Burglary to Vehicles

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The term “burglary” usually conjures thoughts of a darkened house in the middle of the night, but under Florida law, a burglary can also occur within motorized vehicles. An NBC News affiliate is reporting that these thefts are on the rise in some areas of South Florida, including Palm Beach and Martin County. The… Read More »

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Defending A Crime of Opportunity

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Its cold outside and the frigid temperatures can wreak havoc on a car. To minimize the damage, individuals go out to their cars each morning, turn them on and then return to their warm homes with the keys still in the ignition. Its no wonder that many of these people return to their driveways… Read More »

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The Seriousness of a Burglary Charge

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Burglary is a serious criminal offense and a conviction potentially leaves the defendant with a felony record that never goes away. If you are faced with allegations of burglary, you should secure the services of a knowledgeable lawyer as soon as possible. Before trial even commences, your lawyer can file pleadings to assist in… Read More »

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