Elgin, IL Burglary Defense Attorney
Breaking and Entering Felonies in Aurora and Kane County
The crime of burglary involves breaking and entering into a house, vehicle, business or other facility with the intent to commit a felony. A conviction on these types of charges can result in extremely harsh penalties and a permanent criminal record that has the potential to destroy your future.
If you have been arrested for suspicion of burglary or you have already been charged with a crime, it is important that you seek the advice of an experienced Elgin burglary felony defense lawyer as soon as possible. I am attorney Brian J. Mirandola, and I have been practicing criminal law in Kane County for more than 15 years. I understand what is at stake in burglary cases, and you can rely on me to do everything in my power to secure a positive result in your case.
Skilled Illinois Felony Defense
When you hire me as your attorney, I conduct a complete investigation into your case. As a former Assistant State's Attorney, I know how prosecutors put together their cases, and I know how to find the flaws that can be used to your advantage. I build the strongest possible defense in an effort to beat the charges against you.
A large part of most burglary cases is intent. The prosecution must show that you intended to commit a felony when you gained entry. I do everything in my power to discredit the prosecution's assertion of intent. When successful, this defense approach can take many of the most serious potential consequences off the table.
Talk to an Experienced Illinois Felony Burglary Lawyer
Contact my office today to schedule a free initial consultation about your burglary case. I represent clients in Elgin, Aurora, and communities throughout Kane County, Cook County, DuPage County, McHenry County,.and the surrounding areas of the Chicago, Illinois region. Call 847-488-0889 to schedule your free consultation.