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Entering any commercial or residential property with an intent and ability to commit another crime like arson or theft constitutes burglary. One can be charged with first or second degree burglary even if no other crime has been committed. Entering an inhabited home automatically results in first-degree burglary charges which, under California’s three strikes law, would count as a strike.
You should speak to an experienced attorney immediately if you have been arrested for a burglary charge. Two, four, or six year prison sentences are the penalties for burglary in the first degree.
We have experience with both misdemeanor and felony criminal cases. We inform and defend our clients with all of the tools at our disposal and seek to get your charges dropped or reduced whenever possible.
If you or someone you know has been charged with burglary in the greater Sacramento area we know how to help. Give us a call so we can collect all of the details quickly and provide the best advice on a course of action to preserve your rights and defend you in court.
Daniel L. Olsen and Michael G. Abrate