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Aggressive Jonesboro Burglary and Theft Attorney Handles Your Case Efficiently

Skilled criminal defense attorney goes to battle for you

The outstanding staff at Lilly Law Firm, PA believes that every case is winnable. From the time you first contact us until your case concludes, we work hand in hand with you employing every discovery tool and information resource available to defend you. Our unwavering support is a beacon of hope for those facing criminal charges. You can depend on Lilly Law Firm, PA for genuine advocacy.

Burglary

Burglary is the criminal offense of breaking and entering a building illegally for the purpose of committing a crime. Many people operate under the false impression that burglary involves theft when, under the law, breaking into a building to commit any crime constitutes the offense of burglary. Burglary of a residential structure is a class B felony while burglary of a commercial structure is a class C felony. These charges are in addition to any additional charge for a crime committed once inside the structure. Our Jonesboro assault and battery and theft attorney can help you with these common accompanying charges.

Aggravated residential burglary

Class Y felony aggravated residential burglary is the most serious burglary crime. Residential burglary is elevated to aggravated residential burglary by the use or threat of use of a deadly weapon. In addition, residential burglary is elevated to aggravated residential burglary if, during the act of committing burglary, a suspect inflicts or attempts to inflict death or serious bodily harm to another person, even if the suspect is not armed.

Theft

As defined by Arkansas code, a person commits theft of property if he or she knowingly does one of the following:

  • Takes or exercises unauthorized control over or makes an unauthorized transfer of an interest in the property of another person with the purpose of depriving the owner of the property
  • Obtains the property of another person by deception or by threat with the purpose of depriving the owner of the property

The classification or seriousness of a theft charge depends on several factors and can range from a class A misdemeanor to the most serious class Y felony. One of the earliest steps we take in defending you against a theft charge is to make sure that the government has properly classified the offense based on the alleged circumstances of the crime. The knowledgeable criminal defense attorney at Lilly Law Firm, PA has the experience needed to represent you efficiently and effectively.

Lilly Law Firm, PA is your criminal defense firm in Jonesboro, AR

Contact Lilly Law Firm, PA today to schedule a complimentary consultation and become one of our satisfied clients. We can be reached at 844-307-3137 24 hours a day, seven days a week or contact us via our online inquiry form.