What are the Penalties for Burglary?
If you are convicted for burglary in the state of Georgia, you could be
facing the following penalties:
First Offense - Mandatory minimum sentence of one year and maximum of 20 years plus fines.
Second Offense - Mandatory minimum sentence of two years and maximum of 20 years plus fines.
Third Offense - Mandatory minimum sentence of three years and maximum of 20 years plus fines.
Fighting to Defend You
If you are arrested for burglary, police and prosecutors will take your
case very seriously. You should too, and I can help you tell your side
of the story. Every case is different, and there are many ways to defend
against a charge of burglary.
We may be able to show that:
- Yours is a case of mistaken identity, or you have an alibi
- The investigation that led to your arrest was faulty
- You should be charged only with theft, not burglary
The sooner you call our firm and plan your case, the more time my team
and I have to examine the charges and evidence against you to look for
errors, defense strategies, and weakness in the State’s case. These
findings often prove crucial to the outcome of a case, so it is best that you call
Moore Legal, LLC as soon as possible.
Decades of Experience
I have been practicing law in the criminal sector for more than 20 years,
and I understand the difficulties you face when trying to tell your side
of the story. You can trust me to take a compassionate approach with your
case and help you prove to a judge why you are not the villain the prosecution
makes you out to be. Being charged with a crime does not make you a criminal,
and my goal is to ensure you get the best possible chance at a favorable outcome.
Call our Marietta burglary lawyer at
(770) 954-8433 now to
schedule your free consultation.