Nevada law defines burglary as the entry into any home, business, or other structure with the intent to commit another crime, including larceny, grand larceny, assault, battery, or another felony. If you’ve been arrested and facing burglary charges, your choice in representation matters more than ever.
At Turco & Draskovich, our attorneys can offer the legal guidance you need to combat the charges you face. When your rights and liberties are hanging in the balance, you cannot afford to leave your future in the hands of a mediocre defense. As our client, you can trust we will put our proven team of investigators to work to determine the most effective strategy for your case.
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Unlike a number of other states’ laws pertaining to burglary, breaking and entering is not an element of Nevada’s burglary law. A burglary suspect does not need enter the structure by way of forced entry to be charged for burglary – an individual can even be invited inside, but if he or she enters with the intention to commit any of the crimes previously mentioned, a burglary has taken place.
If convicted, penalties for burglary can include:
Turco & Draskovich is one of the most established law firms in the Las Vegas area – we’ve handled a wide range of cases, many of them high-profile criminal matters that gained national media attention. Our Las Vegas theft crime attorneys are highly prepared, equipped, and qualified to handle even the toughest of criminal cases. If you’re facing criminal charges, you should not hesitate to put 40 years of combined experience on your side.
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