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Charges Of Breaking & Entering In Kalamazoo

Former District Attorney Protecting Your Rights

Sometimes young people break into buildings or garages simply for the challenge of it. Other times, it’s about taking a motorcycle for a joy ride or stealing ingredients to manufacture drugs. Those who break into motor vehicles are often looking for music, laptops, purses and other valuables. The one commonality is this: All these actions can be prosecuted as serious felonies.

At David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, our lawyers defend against charges of breaking and entering in Kalamazoo. We have extensive experience in theft offenses and other criminal law matters. Our firm’s principal attorney is a former assistant prosecutor, so he has the necessary knowledge and skill to develop a strong defense strategy on your behalf. From our offices, we represent clients charged with breaking and entering throughout Southwest Michigan.

Fighting Charges Of Breaking And Entering

The government places great value on the privacy of a person’s house and on a person being safe in his or her home. First-degree home invasion in Michigan is a felony offense that carries up to 20 years of prison time and $5,000 in fines. If you have been arrested on charges of home invasion, burglary or robbery, we can help mount a strategic defense.

We will listen closely as you describe the circumstances that led to your arrest. We will evaluate your case, explain your legal options and the legal process, and help you make the right decisions about your case. Once we decide on a course of action, we will zealously, diligently and skillfully pursue our objective, leaving no stone unturned in our quest for justice.

Charged With Home Invasion Or Robbery? Contact Us.

We invite you to contact us online in our Southwest Michigan law office to schedule a free, one-on-one consultation. You may also call our Portage office at 269-216-4573 (toll-free). Our legal team makes jail visits and returns all calls within 24 hours.