Breaking and entering charges shouldn’t break your personal and professional life.
Maryland Criminal Defense For Breaking And Entering Charges
With up to three years in jail for what might’ve been a simple mistake, Maryland breaking and entering charges can result in a fourth-degree burglary misdemeanor on your record.
Don’t let charges turn into convictions that can break your reputation and your future. JC Law will defend your side of the story from those who can only see in black and white.
What Does Maryland Law Define As “Breaking and Entering?”
Can I Still Get Charged With Breaking And Entering If I Didn’t Steal Anything?
What’s The Difference Between Trespassing Versus Breaking And Entering?
What Is Possible Jail Time For Breaking And Entering?
What Can A Criminal Defense Lawyer Do To Help Breaking And Entering Charges?
Your Legal Team
Founding Partner & Senior Litigator
Jim believes that the power to change the life of even one client is worth more than any amount of money or prestige. That's why he's spent just about every day of his working career in a Maryland courtroom, giving clients their opportunity for justice.
Criminal Department Manager & Senior Litigator
Originally a lawyer from the Big Apple, Mark and his family relocated to Charm City to represent Marylanders for both criminal and civil matters. Whether it's a traffic-related charge or a serious criminal matter in the District or Circuit Court, you'll want Mark in your corner.
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During your initial conversation, your consulting attorney will offer suggestions and advice concerning your specific situation and desired outcomes.
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Once you retain James Crawford Law, you’ll have the entire Firm team at your disposal to fight for your side of the story. Our first priority will be the success of your case.