Confused About Your Charges?

Confused About Your Charges?

Attorney Morad handles breaking and entering cases in Birmingham, MI

Many larceny, theft, robbery and domestic violence incidents will also include charges of breaking and entering. This means using force to enter any type of private property with the intent to commit a crime.

The Law Offices of Robert J. Morad, PLLC takes all kinds of breaking and entering cases. If you're facing a criminal accusation, contact us at 248-646-2920 right away.

Didn't break anything? Doesn't matter.

Whether or not you committed a crime on another person's private property, you can still be charged with breaking and entering. Some of the situations we see on a regular basis include gaining access to a home or other area by...

  • Pushing open an unlocked door
  • Raising an open window
  • Opening a car door left ajar

Get the facts on your breaking and entering charges by contacting our Birmingham, MI office today.