The DeJean & Noland Law Office. has a deep bench of experience in defending clients against charges like armed robbery, burglary and felony theft. Many of these charges are considered felonies and result in harsher penalties than misdemeanors.
- “Burglary” is defined by the act of unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling or of any structure with the intent to commit a felony or any theft therein.
- “Robbery” is the taking of anything of value belonging to another from the person by force or intimidation.
- “Theft” is defined by the misappropriation or taking of anything of value which belongs to another, either without the consent of the other or by means of fraudulent conduct.
Charges can include:
- Aggravated burglary
- Simple burglary
- Armed robbery
- First degree robbery
- Second degree robbery
- Simple robbery
- Purse snatching
- Home invasion
- Criminal trespass
We have years of experience in working these types of cases and we understand the different nuances associated with each charge. Our first step is to craft a strong and effective plan for defense. Our team of experts investigates the scene, interviews eyewitnesses, recreates a timeline and looks for holes and inconsistencies in the prosecutor’s position. We represent you through all aspects of your defense, and your best interest is always our priority.