If you have been charged with armed burglary of a dwelling in Florida then you may have a defense. Consent, lack of intent to commit a crime, and misidentification are all defenses that are oftentimes successful when fighting burglary cases. Even if you don’t think you have a defense, you should always speak to an attorney to make sure you have a full understanding of how the law applies specifically to your case. If you want to know more about these defenses or how to beat your burglary case in Florida, contact Matthew Williams now for a free consultation.
A lot of armed burglary cases involve someone who is accused of breaking into a home and stealing a gun while inside. Most of the time, the person did not enter the home with a gun, rather they found the gun inside the home while committing a burglary. In Florida, armed burglary does not necessarily mean you broke into someone’s house with a gun. It can mean you broke into someone’s home and picked up a gun while inside. No matter what the allegation is, you need to speak to a lawyer about your defense. Attorney Williams has won burglary trials and negotiated great resolutions to burglary cases as well, so give him a call today.