Burglary is defined as entering or remaining unlawfully upon a premises with the intent to commit a crime therein. There are different levels of burglary based on the type of premises and the conduct of the perpetrator. All burglary charges are felony-level offenses and are listed in New York State Penal Law Article 140.
Our experienced Nassau County Criminal Defense team has obtained acquittals for clients facing burglary and home invasion cases. Additionally, we have negotiated numerous burglary charges to favorable and often non-criminal plea bargains without lengthy jail sentences in the Nassau County criminal courts.
If you or a loved one is charged with Burglary in Nassau County, contact the Long Island criminal defense lawyers at The Elbert Law Firm for a free consultation. We will assess your case and individual circumstances, explain your options and provide you with a strategy to obtain the best case results possible in your Nassau County burglary criminal charge.