When you have been arrested on charges of robbery or burglary in Mobile Alabama, you need an advocate with insight into the opposing side who will protect your rights.
The most important piece of advice you can get upfront is that you should take advantage of your right to be silent.
You could innocently provide details that will increase the degree of your charges or your sentencing.
A common scenario in which burglary is charged is when someone goes into another person's home with the intent to have a conversation and then when they get inside, something happens and a fight breaks out. However, for a successful conviction of burglary in Alabama, you must have the intent to commit a felony, theft or assault when you walk in the door.
Possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of certain violent crimes, including aggravated burglary, carries a sentence of mandatory prison time in Alabama. When so much is at stake, you need an experienced, aggressive Mobile Alabama Criminal Defense Attorney on your side.
For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Mobile Alabama attempted robbery defense attorney, please contact us.