One can be charged with Burglary when they enter or unlawfully stay in a building with intent to commit a felony, theft, assault, and other crimes. Robbery is in part defined as the act of stealing or otherwise unlawfully taking a person's property from their person or in concert with an act of force.
Being charged with burglary or robbery can lead to serious consequences. With Adam Elmore representing you, you will not have to question what comes next or what is going to happen. Adam keeps his clients informed of all Court proceedings, case information, and what comes next. Schedule a consultation to discuss your case today.
You can read more about Burglary and Robbery on the Court website, here.