Baltimore Burglary Defense Lawyer

A burglary charge is often improper under the circumstances. In many cases, the alleged crime stems from a civil dispute between two people who know each other.

Nonetheless, burglary or robbery are serious felony charges. The Law Offices of Craig M. Kadish offers the skilled defense needed when prison time is on the line. Contact us immediately for a free consultation. We take cases across the state of Maryland, with offices in Baltimore and Westminster.

Is It Really Burglary?

Burglary is entering a building with the intent to commit a crime such as theft, assault or destruction of property. Even if nothing is taken or damaged, merely entering a home, business or abandoned property without permission is illegal.

Burglary cases often involve a former boyfriend, girlfriend or employee trying to retrieve personal property. If there is a confrontation, assault or robbery charges can make the situation even worse. If the person unwisely brings a gun or other weapon, the charges may increase.

Criminal defense lawyer Craig Kadish brings over 20 years of experience to your case. He works with prosecutors to have charges dropped if there was no real evidence of criminal intent or a credible threat. At a minimum, he argues for reduced charges to reflect reality and underlying circumstances.

Maryland Robbery Charge Attorney

Robbery is taking property by force or threat, from purse-snatching to holding up a convenience store. Mr. Kadish has represented clients facing serious charges of burglary, robbery and armed robbery.

We explore every possible defense to dismiss or reduce the charges, or advise you about strategies for resolving your case and protecting your freedom and good name. Contact us online or Call us at 410-837-0020 for a free initial consultation to find out where you stand.