Middlesex Burglary Lawyer

In Massachusetts, burglary is defined as breaking and entering a dwelling house in the nighttime with the specific intent to commit a felony. The penalties for burglary are severe, including felony charges and up to 20 years in prison. You will face a minimum of at least five years in prison for a second burglary offense. If the house is occupied, you carry a weapon or you assault someone in the house, the penalties are even more severe.

Clearly, Massachusetts takes burglary very seriously. The laws surrounding burglary and the punishments involved have many variables. This is why you need an attorney with experience in this complicated area of the law to fight aggressively on your behalf. Contact us as soon as possible for a free meeting to discuss your particular case. We will explain all of the options available to you and make a recommendation about the best course of action. We understand that your freedom and future are at stake. We will do everything possible to protect your rights and mount a strong defense.

Michael A. Contant, Esq.

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