Burglary

Burglary

Burglary is an offence that comes under the section (9) of the Theft Act 1968. This particular section mentions two offences of burglary under s.9 (1) (a) and s.9 (1) (b). As per s.9 (1) (a), Burglary is defined as an offence where a person enters the building as a trespasser with an intention to either steal anything or inflict GBH (Grave Bodily Harm) on any person in the building or causes unlawful damage to the building. The maximum punishment for committing burglary in dwellings is 14 years. Whereas, in case of any other building the maximum punishment is 10 years.

You can avail the services of our committed team of Criminal Lawyers if you are facing the charges of Burglary. We have the relevant experience to deal with the criminal offences including Burglary. Just feel free to contact us for legal advice, assessment and strong representation defend plea.

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