Miami Burglary Lawyer
Contact Attorney Michael Mirer: (800) 798-0243
Miami Theft Attorney Michael Mirer can help if you or someone you know has been accused of burglary. Whether you have already been arrested or if you are currently under investigation for this offense, you will benefit from having an experienced professional at your side to guide you through this often complex and difficult legal process. After all, the outcome of your case may impact you for the rest of your life - even if you do not end up spending years or decades in prison.
How the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. Is Different from the Competition:
- Risk-free, initial case consultations for all clients
- Bilingual legal representation for Spanish speakers
- Attorney Mirer is a Former Prosecutor who understands all facets of the legal system
- Exclusive focus on criminal defense matters means your case receives the attention, energy, and effort needed to secure optimal results
Attorney Michael Mirer stands at the ready to protect your interests. Call (800) 798-0243 for your initial, no-cost case evaluation.
Florida Burglary Laws: What You Need to Know
Burglary is a serious theft crime that involves unlawfully entering another's property with the intention of committing a crime, most often theft. Burglary is also referred to as "breaking and entering." In Florida, this is a first degree felony and is punishable by a maximum sentence of life in prison. Lesser penalties may apply in certain situations, depending on the particular case.
What are the penalties for burglary?
Every single aspect of your case may impact the charges and eventually the penalties that you may face if convicted, and this is one of many reasons your choice in criminal lawyer is so important. The penalties you face will depend upon the factors involved in your specific case.
- Possession of burglary tools with the intent to trespass or commit burglary is a criminal offense in itself - a third degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $5,000.
- Possession of a deadly weapon, for example, may mean that you will face life in prison rather than up to 15 years in prison.
Your Miami defense attorney's ability to prove that you were unarmed or that you entered a property for a lawful reason may make the difference between 15 years or life in prison, or between a conviction and an acquittal. Do not entrust your case to the hands of an inexperienced, incapable, or unprofessional legal defender.
Put Over 10 Years' Experience in Your Corner
No matter the offense you have been accused of committing, you deserve aggressive legal counsel as soon as possible. The Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. has handled more than 100 trial cases, some of which included jury trials. With actual litigation experience, extensive legal knowledge, and proven results, Attorney Mirer is a capable defense lawyer who can fight for the best possible outcome.
Contact the Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. today for a free consultation with an experienced Miami burglary lawyer who can offer you the help you need.
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