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Residential Burglary

Need a Residential Burglary Attorney? Get Help from Chicago Criminal Lawyer Andrew M. Weisberg

 

When you are charged with residential burglary, it indicates that you are suspected of purposefully entering another person’s dwelling with the intent of committing a felony or theft. The entry to the residence could have been achieved through alleged force or by deception. Residential burglary is considered a very serious crime, and as a felony, it carries with it serious penalties upon conviction.

 

For all of these reasons, it is essential that you be represented by a knowledgeable and experienced Chicago residential burglary lawyer who has a successful track record of defending residential burglary cases. Chicago criminal defense attorney Andrew M. Weisberg is such an attorney, and he is firmly committed to providing you with the best criminal defense possible when it comes to your residential burglary case.

 

Chicago Burglary Lawyer Andrew M. Weisberg Can Provide the Aggressive Defense You Need

 

It is rare for a person to be charged only with residential burglary without other attending charges. In most cases, a charge of the possession of burglary tools accompanies a residential burglary charge. Whatever the charges that you are facing, your criminal lawyer in Chicago, Andrew M. Weisberg, has the training necessary to sort through all of the charges and the specifics of your case to evaluate all of the circumstances and to provide you with the legal counsel and representation that you will need so that you can have the opportunity to obtain the best possible outcome to your case.

 

Andrew M. Weisberg – Defending You Against Residential Burglary Charges in Chicago

 

Burglary cases can involve multiple statutes and charges. In addition, there can be all kinds of legal technicalities involved as to what type of burglary actually took place and whether the alleged crime was in fact a burglary, a theft, or a robbery. In addition, a conviction for a residential burglary has severe consequences, including possible prison time. All of these factors contribute to the necessity of having a quality defense attorney in Chicago like Andrew M. Weisberg who can competently and effectively build a strong defense on your behalf. Whatever burglary charge or combination of charges you are facing, Mr. Weisberg can provide you with the legal representation you need. Andrew M. Weisberg, Chicago residential burglary lawyer, has experience handling the following:

 

  • Burglary 720 ILCS 5/19-1
  • Possession of burglary tools 720 ILCS 5/19-2
  • Unlawful sale of burglary tools 720 ILCS 5/19-2.5
  • Residential burglary 720 ILCS 5/19-3
  • Criminal trespass to a residence 720 ILCS 5/19-4
  • … and more

If you have been charged with any of these crimes or any combination of them, Chicago defense lawyer Andrew M. Weisberg can provide you with the legal counsel and representation that you will need as you attempt to build an adequate defense to combat these charges

 

When You Need an Aggressive and Experienced Chicago Defense Lawyer, Consult Andrew M. Weisberg

 

Before becoming one of the premier defense attorneys in Chicago, Mr. Weisberg served as a prosecutor with the Cook County D.A.’s Office. Because Andrew M. Weisberg understands residential burglary from both sides of the courtroom aisle, he is especially qualified to handle your case. He brings a unique vantage point that enables him to understand the kinds of arguments that the prosecution may employ in your case. Consequently, he is able to develop a defense strategy that can preemptively discredit the prosecution’s case. In addition, Mr. Weisberg’s experience has enabled him to develop an extensive network of resources upon which he can draw should he need to bring in any sort of professional or expert testimony in your case.

 

Experienced and Knowledgeable – Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney Andrew M. Weisberg

 

Because you are possibly facing prison time if you are convicted of residential burglary, you are probably experiencing a certain amount of apprehension regarding this case and your future. With Andrew M. Weisberg as your Chicago criminal defense attorney, you have the assurance of knowing that you have an experienced and successful lawyer in your corner who will aggressively defend you at every turn. In addition, Mr. Weisberg is available to answer your questions and concerns at any time. He is firmly committed to providing his clients with the best criminal defense possible while at the same time treating them with respect and giving their cases the attention and time that is warranted.

 

Contact Andrew M. Weisberg When You Are in Search of a Chicago Residential Burglary Lawyer

 

If you have been arrested for residential burglary in Chicago, no matter how straightforward or complex the charge, Andrew M. Weisberg is a criminal defense lawyer known for tough, aggressive defense. A former felony prosecutor, Attorney Weisberg has extensive experience in handling all types of criminal cases, from sex offenses and violent crimes to theft-related crimes and burglary. If you would like to reach Mr. Weisberg quickly and directly, please call his cell phone 24/7 at (773) 908-9811, or fill out the case review form on our website. The consultation is free.

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