Second Degree Burglary - This charge means that the crime took place in an unoccupied building, but you intended to commit a felony crime while inside. The maximum penalty for this crime is 15 years behind bars and/or a $3,000 fine.
Third Degree Burglary - This means that the building you broke into was unoccupied, but you had intent to commit a misdemeanor crime while inside. This crime could lead to a five-year sentence and/or a $2,000 fine.
Larceny - This charge means that you had lawful entry into the building but you committed larceny while inside. This could lead to a four-year sentence.
Macomb County Theft Crime Attorney
Have you been accused of larceny, breaking and entering, home invasion or burglary? If so, my firm can help you determine the best course of action in order to reach the best possible outcome in your case. As a criminal defense lawyer, my main goal is to get your charges dismissed, reduced or seek out a plea bargain so that you don't have to spend time behind bars. Need a lawyer for a burglary case in Macomb County? I have extensive experience defending against burglary and other theft crimes and I have a track record of success in the courtroom. However, it is vital that you contact an attorney immediately following your arrest and that you exercise your right to remain silent.
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