New Jersey Burglary Charges Defense Lawyer
In New Jersey law, a burglary charge is when the accused has entered, trespassed or remained in a structure with the intent to commit a crime. "Breaking and Entering" and theft does not need to occur for one to be accused of burglary. However, it can involve theft, assault and sexual assault charges. Every burglary case is unique, and you will need a law firm that will not offer you a cookie-cutter defense. Feel free to call our criminal defense lawyers if you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with burglary.
Big Burglary Defense Wins:
Fernando M. – Client was accused of burglary and theft. Jef Henninger took the case to trial even though the evidence seemed stacked against the client. The jury deliberated for about 20 minutes and acquitted the client of all charges.
Trent T. – Client was charged with burglary and theft for allegedly breaking into local schools. Jef Henninger filed a motion to dismiss the indictment based on mistaken identity. The Court granted the motion and all charges were dismissed.
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