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Theft crimes, including burglary, can quickly escalate to very serious offenses. If a juvenile is accused of burglary, it is important to get an experienced lawyer on your side as soon as possible.
Burglary, as a distinction in New Jersey law, involves the entry into a “structure.” Whether this structure is a house, apartment, store or dorm room does not matter. If your child has entered a structure and taken an item that does not belong to him or her, your child might face the juvenile offense of burglary. Juvenile crimes are handled in a much different manner than adult offenses. It is important that you select an attorney who can properly guide and defend your child through this delicate and challenging process.
While it is true that the juvenile justice system is geared more toward rehabilitation, a conviction can carry severe penalties. Your child might face incarceration, probation, community service or other diversion programs. It is our goal to fight to minimize your child’s exposure to consequences.
It is not uncommon for high school pranks to involve some element of theft. Whether that theft involves phones, video games, books or other electronic equipment, there can be devastating consequences. Do not hesitate to contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC to discuss juvenile burglary charges.
If you have questions regarding any criminal charge, schedule a free consultation with an attorney at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC. We can be reached by calling any of our office locations, or by completing the confidential contact form on this website.