Fighting Burglary Charges In Bucks County
Did you know that in Pennsylvania, you can be charged with burglary even if you didn’t break in to the building? Did you know that you can be charged with this offense even if you didn’t take anything at all?
At the Law Offices of John J. Fioravanti Jr., we know the law in Pennsylvania, and we know how to diligently protect your rights. From our headquarters in Bucks County, our criminal defense lawyer handles all kinds of theft offense charges throughout the state, including burglary, breaking and entering, criminal trespass and more. Attorney John J. Fioravanti Jr. has the decades of experience and in-depth legal knowledge you seek.
You Can Be Charged With Burglary For Entering All Kinds Of Structures
The felony charge of burglary involves entering a building or occupied structure without permission and with the intent to commit a crime. Buildings and occupied structures encompass the following, among many others:
Exploring All Available Defenses On Your Behalf
There are several potential defenses to burglary charges, and our lawyer thoroughly understands them all. Depending on your particular situation, he may possibly be able to argue that:
- The structure or building was abandoned
- You had permission or license to enter
- You had no intent to commit a crime of any kind
In every case, it is wise to have a knowledgeable defense attorney on your side, working to protect you at every turn. Get us started on your case today by contacting the Law Offices of John J. Fioravanti Jr. in Doylestown: . To better serve our clients, we also maintain offices in Levittown.