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Both a burglary of an unoccupied structure and a burglary of an unoccupied conveyance are 3rd degree felonies in Florida where a person could face up to five years in Florida State prison. However, if a structure or conveyance is occupied at the time that the alleged burglary occurs then the crime is treated as a second degree felony and if a battery occurs during a burglary of a structure or conveyance or if an individual is armed with a deadly weapon at the time that the alleged crime occurred.
If you are a loved one is facing a charge of burglary in Florida, then you must take their case seriously. Burglary cases require the expertise and experience of an individual who has handled many burglary cases. Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney Antonio D. Quinn, Esq. has handled all types of burglary cases both as an assistant public defender and as a private attorney. Attorney Quinn aggressively fights for the freedom and future of each and every one of the clients of Quinn Law, P.A. Our office offers free case evaluations to those facing burglary charges in Florida.