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Defense Attorneys For Burglary And Robbery Cases In Illinois

Theft and break-and-enter criminal charges in Illinois include various types of robbery and burglary. Trespassing, a lesser charge, may also result in a criminal record after a judge or jury convicts you. It is worth all your efforts to prevent a conviction if at all possible.

Leonard Trial Lawyers in Chicago has a strong reputation for defense of state and federal crimes in Illinois. If your case starts at the federal level and we represent you, we may fight to have it reclassified as a state crime if we can persuade a prosecutor or court to do so.

Stay Out Of Jail And Prevent A Criminal Record

Burglary and robbery charges may occur together or separately. Burglary means breaking and entering a building or vehicle, often with the intent to steal. Robbery, on the other hand, is stealing with the use or threat of force.

A conviction for robbery, burglary, trespassing or any type of theft or violation on a property can result in jail or prison time, fines and other penalties. If convicted, you will also carry a criminal record that can cause personal and professional harm for years. For your future’s sake, turn to an experienced burglary and robbery lawyer.

Contact A Burglary Lawyer To Start Your Defense

If you desire representation of professional, confident and knowledgeable defense lawyers, consider Leonard Trial Lawyers. Our proven track record includes the accomplishments of Mike Leonard, who has obtained a significant number of not guilty jury verdicts on all counts and charges in federal criminal prosecutions brought by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois (Chicago).

We are here to help you get the most favorable outcome in a state or federal court after you have been charged with robbery, burglary or both. To schedule a consultation with a burglary attorney at our firm, call 312-815-6572 or send an inquiry for a prompt response. We look forward to hearing about your legal challenges and offering pathways to hope.