Expert Defense for Robbery or Burglary Charges
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For over three decades, members of the Craig M. Kadish & Associates, LLC team have been immersed in the complexities of robbery and burglary law.
They have extensive experience helping clients mount strategic and successful defenses against an array of charges.
Burglary vs. Robbery: What’s the Difference?
Burglary involves entering a property with the intent to commit a crime — theft, assault, destruction of property, etc.
Even if nothing is taken, entering without permission (even with a key) is still illegal, and can result in serious consequences.
Robbery is a separate category of charges and involves taking someone’s personal property using force or threat of force. This could include stealing a purse, holding up a bank, robbing a convenience store, or any number of variations.
Maryland Robbery Charge Attorney
As one of the State’s most experienced attorneys, Mr. Kadish has represented clients facing all variations of burglary, robbery, and armed robbery.
He’s helped countless defendants obtain not guilty verdicts, have their charges reduced, or have their cases dropped altogether.
If you’re facing serious accusations of this nature, you need the best Maryland robbery charge attorneys on your side.
HOW WE WILL HELP
Mr. Kadish has experience in every area of criminal defense, so no matter what charges you’re facing — he and his team have the skill, knowledge, and relationships to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
This is the firm you want on your side when your life, career, family, finances, and reputation are at risk.
WHAT TO DO NEXT
Craig M. Kadish & Associates, LLC is an award-winning criminal defense practice with 30+ years of experience in all areas of criminal law.
If you’re facing legal charges, contact the team immediately. They’re available at all hours to help you navigate the challenging legal process and reach the best possible outcome.
"If your freedom and future are as important to you as they are to me, Craig Kadish is the first attorney you should call when facing serious charges. With over 30 years of experience, Craig works diligently to make sure you have the best possible outcome in your case. I'm beyond grateful for having him represent me through every aspect of the justice system." — Anthony
"Word can not do justice, Craig Kadish saved my life and career. He is an excellent lawyer and he is a man of his word. He told me that he was going to win my case, and he did! I would recommend him to everyone I know and he will give you 100% of his time" — Camile Branch
"I am still early into my case, but so far Mr. Kadish has been awesome! While I've had one actual court appearance for my case, I was extremely impressed with Mr. Kadish's demeanor and poise. He presented the information to the judge in such a well thought out way that the judge and even the prosecution attorney gave him praise!" — Chris
"My working relationship with Mr. Kadish was very good. I had gotten in a bit of trouble in Ocean City last summer. Mr. Kadish and his staff were very professional in all my dealings with them. Whenever I had a question about my case, I would call, or email them. It took only about 5 minutes for a reply every time. The outcome of my case was great. I highly recommend him." — Jon
"Craig represented my son recently in a DWI case. When we first met with Craig at his office I was very impressed with his knowledge of the inner workings of the law but I didn't think we could afford such a great attorney. However, Craig worked with us on his fees and I am very happy with the outcome of our case. Thank you, Craig!" — Mike Schneider
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the different kinds of robbery?
Robbery is considered a felony and the maximum charge is 15 years incarceration. Robbery with a dangerous weapon can carry to 20 years of incarceration, and carjacking can carry up to 30 years. These cases can be complex, so contact our firm for further details.
Why are there so many different kinds/degrees of burglary?
The distinction between the different degrees of burglary generally depends on the accused’s intent. If you break into a house with the intent to get out of the cold, you’d likely be charged with 4th degree burglary. But if you break into a house with the intent to steal, you will likely be charged with a more serious degree.