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Connecticut Burglary Laws

When a person breaks into a home or place of business with the intent to commit a crime of theft inside of that building, that person may be charged with the offense of burglary. In the state of Connecticut, burglaries are charged as felonies and prosecutors are typically aggressive when pursuing convictions in these cases.

At the law office of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law, our firm provides experienced criminal defense for individuals who have been charged with burglary and other theft crimes in Connecticut. Whether this is your first offense or you have a prior criminal record, we have the experience and resources to protect your rights and build an effective defense strategy.

If you have been charged with burglary or a related property crime, contact us to understand your options and how to protect your rights. Contact us at 203-371-1000.

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People who are charged with the crime of burglary may also be facing related offenses such as larceny and weapons offenses. If you are convicted of a felony such as burglary, not only will you be facing potential jail time and probation, but you will also have your rights to vote or own a firearm limited. Any felony conviction will have a significant, negative impact on your criminal record and your reputation.

Every case is different and has unique circumstances. Our firm will thoroughly investigate the allegations that are against you, including any witness statements, police reports, video surveillance and other evidence. We do not take the police's version of events at face value and will challenge their case in the courtroom if necessary.

Contact Our Connecticut Burglary Defense Attorneys

For more information regarding burglary defense in Connecticut, contact our Bridgeport firm by calling 203-371-1000. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss any concerns that you may have and the possible costs that will likely be involved.

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