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Facing Theft Crime Charges? Protect Your Rights With Boehmer Law.

Being accused of robbery or burglary can be a terrifying and stressful experience. The potential consequences, including jail time and a criminal record, can have a lasting impact on your life. That’s why it’s crucial to have an experienced attorney on your side who can fight for your rights and protect your future.

At Boehmer Law, our attorneys understand the complexities of robbery and burglary charges, and we’re committed to providing our clients with the aggressive defense they need. Our team of experienced attorneys has a proven track record of successfully defending individuals accused of these crimes.

Robbery And Burglary: Understanding The Charges

Robbery and burglary are both serious offenses that involve taking property from another person without their consent. Robbery is distinguished from burglary by the use or threat of force, while burglary involves entering a building or inhabitable structure with the intent to commit a crime therein.

In Missouri, robbery and burglary are classified into two degrees: first degree and second degree. First-degree offenses are more serious and carry harsher penalties.

Protect Your Rights: Don’t Face These Charges Alone

If you’re facing robbery or burglary charges, acting quickly and contacting an experienced criminal defense attorney is essential. We’re committed to providing our clients with the personalized attention and aggressive defense they need to protect their rights and navigate the complexities of the criminal justice system.

We’ll thoroughly investigate your case, identify the strongest defense strategies and fight tirelessly to protect your interests. We’ll also keep you informed throughout the process and answer any questions you may have.

Don’t let robbery or burglary charges define your future. Contact the attorneys at Boehmer Law today for a free consultation. Call 636-549-8300 or contact us online to make an appointment in our St. Charles office. We’ll help you protect your rights.