Maryland Burglary Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you were charged with burglary in the state of Maryland, it’s advised you hire a Maryland burglary defense lawyer right away. A conviction of burglary in Maryland can come in four different degrees—all of which carry life-altering consequences you want to avoid at any cost.
By partnering with the skilled legal representation of The Law Office of Ross W. Albers you’re getting years of experience representing clients convicted of burglary. The Law Offices of Ross W. Albers are conveniently located in Columbia, Essex, Frederick, and Westminster, MD and serve all of Baltimore County, Carroll County, Frederick, County Howard County, and their surrounding areas.
Why Seek a Criminal Defense Lawyer for a Burglary Charge?
Being arrested for a burglary in Maryland is serious; no matter the degree of the charge itself. This type of conviction will have a ripple-effect which alters all aspects of your life including your family and your career. By hiring a Maryland burglary defense attorney to represent you, you will be able to get the expert legal advice required to get the best possible outcome for your case.
The Degrees of Bulgary
In the state of Maryland, there are four degrees of burglary:
- 1st Degree Burglary in Maryland: Breaking and entering someone else’s home to steal or commit a violent crime. What sets 1st degree apart from other charges is that you used force to enter a place where people sleep.
- 2nd Degree Burglary in Maryland: Breaking and entering someone’s property with the intent to steal or commit a violent crime. 2nd degree is like 1st degree burglary in that you forcibly enter the area, but it is not a place where someone would sleep; so a storefront or warehouse for example.
- 3rd Degree Burglary in Maryland: Breaking and entering someone else’s dwelling with the intent of committing any crime. Commonly this is coupled with 1st degree burglary as well.
- 4th Degree Burglary in Maryland: Breaking and entering someone else’s dwelling even without the intent to steal; or simply possessing burglar’s tools can be 4th degree burglary. Commonly this charge is grouped with 1st or 2nd degree burglary.
Assault Defense Attorney Ross Albers
So why partner with The Law Offices of Ross W. Albers in your upcoming Maryland assault case? Ross W. Albers has worked on many assault cases in Maryland, and as such he knows how to get the best possible results for your case. Ross has the experience and skill to research your case and interview the right people to get the facts. The Law Offices of Ross W. Albers will commit to your case and obtain the most favorable results for you and your future.
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