Defending Against Breaking and Entering Charges
Breaking and Entering is a serious offence, encompassing entry into various properties, from residences to stores. Contrary to common belief, nothing needs to be physically broken to constitute the charge. Even entering through an unlocked door may lead to an offence. At Accord Attorneys & Solicitors, we recognize the gravity of Breaking and Entering charges and are dedicated to providing a robust defence against the potential consequences, such as jail time.
Breaking and Entering charges can manifest in different scenarios, including entering to commit a crime, committing a crime once inside, or breaking out after committing a crime. Lesser variations involve offences like illegally being in a dwelling, mischief, trespassing at night and forced entry. The term "place" encompasses a broad range, from houses and buildings to trailers and pens for animals. Importantly, physical breaking is not a prerequisite; entering through a closed but unlocked door is sufficient evidence.
Law enforcement employs sophisticated investigative methods to identify suspects in Breaking and Entering cases, including fingerprinting and DNA testing. Accord Attorneys & Solicitors understand the intricacies of such investigations and are well-prepared to provide a strategic defence against these charges. Our experienced legal team works diligently to challenge the evidence and build a robust case on your behalf.
If facing Breaking and Entering charges, seeking legal guidance is crucial. Accord Attorneys & Solicitors offer a free consultation to assess your case and discuss potential defence strategies. Contact us today to secure expert legal representation and navigate the complexities of Breaking and Entering allegations.
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