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Burglary First Degree Maryland

What is Burglary First Degree Maryland on Maryland Judiciary Case Search?  If you have looked on the Maryland Case Search and found that you have been charged with Burglary First Degree in Maryland, contact criminal defense attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr. at 410-288-2900 or email the office for immediate legal help.

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Q: Is Burglary First Degree a misdemeanor or felony in Maryland?

A: Burglary First Degree is classified as a felony in Maryland.

Q: What is the maximum penalty for Burglary – First Degree in Maryland?

A: The maximum penalty for Burglary – First Degree in Maryland is 20 years in jail.

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Q: What does the State have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt for me to be convicted of Burglary – First Degree Maryland?

A: The State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt:

  1. That you broke and entered the dwelling of another; and
  2. That you intended to commit a theft or crime of violence.

Q: Will I go to jail for Burglary First Degree in Maryland?

A: That all depends on a number of factors, including:

  • Facts in your case;
  • The county in which you are charged;
  • Your criminal record;
  • What you do between the Burglary and the trial date;
  • Can the State prove the case;
  • A number of other factors particular to your case.

Q: What do I do after being charged with Burglary -First Degree in Maryland?

A: Contact a Maryland criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to schedule a consultation and discuss your charges.  There may be valuable evidence that needs to be preserved to defend your case and you may need to request a preliminary hearing for your charges.

Contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410-288-2900 for immediate legal help.

Don’t let one mistake ruin the rest of your life.  We represent clients charged with Burglary First Degree in the following Maryland counties:

  • Baltimore County;
  • Baltimore City;
  • Harford County;
  • Howard County;
  • Anne Arundel County;
  • Worcester County; and
  • All other Maryland counties.

 

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