Oklahoma Burglary Defense
Burglary; Breaking & Entering Defense
The Wyatt Law Office represents those accused of violent crimes including burglary. All degrees of burglary are charged as a felony, but there is a similar misdemeanor of “breaking and entering.” If you are charged with burglary , you will need counsel. Our lawyers are familiar with the law, the defenses to this crime, and with the criminal justice system. Whether you are guilty and need to negotiate a plea or you simply want a jury trial (whether innocent or guilty), we will defend you. Your future is our business.
Burglary First Degree generally involves breaking and entering a dwelling or building. First Degree Burglary is a serious felony involving breaking into a dwelling house for the purpose of committing another felony (such as theft or harm to another) — generally while someone is at the home. Breaking and entering while armed and dangerous is also Burglary I. It is punishable by 7 to 20 years. In order to obtain parole for Burglary I, the inmate must serve 85% of the sentence.
Burglary Second Degree is also a felony and involves breaking into any building (i.e., a house, a storage shed, barn, business property, automobile/car, or even a vending machine) with the intent to steal or commit a felony. The penalty range is 2 to 7 years for Burglary II.
BREAKING & ENTERING
There is a misdemeanor provision for “breaking and entering” with the intent to commit larceny or malicious mischief. It is punishable by up to one year in the County Jail and perhaps up to $500 fine.
Call the Wyatt Law Office at 405.234.5500 for your Oklahoma Burglary Lawyers and Attorneys to defend you.
The Legislature has defined burglary as a violent crime. It is generally punishable by state law but may be charged in federal court if it involves federal property. We defend the accused in state and federal courts and have extensive experience in both courts. We know the differences between the two systems of justice and are prepared to help you.
EXPERIENCED Oklahoma Burglary Defense Attorneys
Call the Wyatt Law Office at 405.234.5500 for Oklahoma Burglary Defense. Your future is our business.
*Note: Results may vary because each case must be decided on its own unique facts and the law applicable to that given case. You should not infer the likelihood of success on a given case based on past cases handled by this firm.