Burglary & Possession of Burglary Tools | Denver Criminal Defense Attorney

Burglary Defense Starts Here

Being charged with and convicted of burglary can have a dramatic impact on your life.  You may experience the shame and embarrassment of having to explain this to family, friends and co-workers.  This is a very serious charge, which could result in a felony conviction.  Consequences of a felony conviction are

  • Loss of right to vote
  • Loss of right to purchase and possess a firearm
  • Loss of job
  • Inability to find an apartment
  • Distrust amongst those closest to you.

What is the punishment for burglary?

If I do not want to fight the charge, is jail the only option?

At the Law Offices of ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ, we understand how this crime can affect your life and will fight to help you to maintain your dignity.

What is the punishment for theft? | Denver Criminal Defense Attorney

Punishment ranges for theft can be confusing, and are directly linked to the value of the property you are accused of stealing.  Value is determined by retail value or sales price of the item.

Value Class Incarceration Parole Fine
Less than $500.00 Class 2 Misdemeanor 3 months – 12 months None $250 – $1,000
$500.00 – $999.99 Class 1 Misdemeanor 6 months – 18 months None $500 – 5,000
$1,000.00 – $19,999.99 Class 4 Felony 2 – 6 years 3 year of parole $2,000 – $500,000
$20,000.00 + Class 3 Felony 4 – 12 years 5 year of parole $3,000 – $750,000

Theft | Denver Criminal Defense Attorney

Theft Defense Starts Here

Being charged with and convicted of theft can have a dramatic impact on your life.  You may experience the shame and embarrassment of having to explain this to family, friends and co-workers.  More often, you will experience other consequences of this type of charge: loss of job, inability to find an apartment, distrust amongst those closest to you.

At the Law Offices of ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ, we understand how this crime can effect your life and will fight to help you to maintain your dignity.

Theft

Theft of Rental Property

Aggravated Motor Theft

Transactions for Profit in Stolen Goods

Theft of Medical Records

Theft by Resale of a Lift Ticket

Fuel Piracy

Newspaper Theft

What is the punishment for theft?

If I do not want to fight the charge, is jail the only option?