Breaking and entering is considered a burglary and it is illegal. Whether you break into a home, an office, or a mobile home or boat, the prosecutor must prove that the burglar entered without the consent of the owner and committed a crime. If you are suspected of a burglary or if you have already been charged with any type of burglary, Steve Cedillos is the Honolulu burglary case attorney you want on your side. The goal of our law firm is to make sure you get the most effective legal defense to that you receive the most favorable results.
Mr. Cedillos has been practicing law for more than 20 years and has the experience necessary to help you secure a lesser charge. The charges you receive will depend on whether or not you caused any injury to anyone, or you used a dangerous weapon or you disregarded the safety of the premises. If any of those took place, your charges could be elevated from a class C felony to a first degree class B felony.
The difference between a class C felony and a class B felony are quite substantial. A class C felony is punishable with 5 years in prison and up to $10,000 in fines, while a class B felony comes with a 10 year jail sentence and up to $25,000 in fines. Obviously, if you’re looking at a burglary conviction you’ll want our Honolulu burglary case attorney, Steve Cedillos, to be on your side. Having an experienced attorney to defend you means you’ll have the most effective chance at a lower conviction, and that’s really what you want to happen.
So give the law office of Steve Cedillos a call at 808-536-5242. Our Honolulu burglary case attorney will work hard for you, no matter what your crime might be.