Defending Against Robbery and Burglary Charges in Roseville, CA

Burglary and Robbery Cases

Many people confuse the charges of burglary and robbery. Roseville, CA attorneys at Jess C. Bedore III Law Offices are knowledgeable in both areas of the law. Burglary involves going into a building or car and intending to commit a crime, such as theft therein, whereas robbery is taking something from a person by means of force or violence. Our attorneys defend people against charges of robbery and burglary. Roseville, CA can count on us to understand that each case is unique. We investigate the facts to develop the best possible defense.

Contact the Law Offices of Jess C. Bedore III if you have been charged with burglary or robbery. Call toll-free at 888-319-0305 for an initial consultation.

Conviction and the Three-Strikes Rule

When defending a client against either charge, our attorneys' goal is simple: keep the client from receiving a felony conviction and out of state prison or local jail. There are many reasons for this, including preventing clients from obtaining a strike that can count later in three-strikes sentencing. We have been successful in numerous cases of burglary and robbery; receiving dismissed or reduced charges for our clients. We have also secured not-guilty verdicts for clients on these charges.

How an Attorney Can Help

Robbery charges may include weapons charges, which add to the severity of the case and increase the penalty upon conviction. Theft is usually a lesser charge, and our lawyers work to have charges reduced to petty theft whenever possible.

We help our clients across Sacramento, Rocklin, and Lincoln, and throughout Northern California defend their rights. The lawyers at Jess C. Bedore III Law Offices have more than 50 years of combined legal experience and can expertly handle cases involving robbery and burglary. Roseville, CA clients can rest assured that we use our experience to develop defense strategies that seek the most favorable outcome possible. We employ private investigators, review police reports, visit the scene of the alleged crime, and use all available resources to help protect your rights and avoid conviction. Contact our lawyers to learn more about how we can defend you against any burglary or robbery charge. Call us toll-free at 888-319-0305 for an initial consultation.