California Penal Code 459 is defined as any person who enters a property with the intent to steal or cause harm. Often referred to as breaking and entering, Penal Code 459 encompasses any act where prosecution believes the defendant entered the property with the specific intent of committing a crime. In fact, this charge can stand even when the defendant didn’t actually break into a locked commercial or residential building. While there are many specifics that determine the route in which prosecution builds there case, an effective law firm breaks down this situation to determine the true nature of the crime.
While specific scenarios in which the defendant can be charged with burglary may dramatically vary, the following examples are common:
Although the law firm representing a case will take all necessary steps to clarify the true intent of the charge and actions resulting in your arrest, the following are common defense stances your legal team may take:
Defending Penal Code 459 charges requires a law firm dedicated to uncovering true intent and preventing fraudulent convictions. Along with the aforementioned defense stances, your lawyer must guide your trial by revealing false and true intents while calling upon evidence and witnesses to support the truth of your case. Our law firm is dedicated to uncovering this truth, and we work tirelessly to ensure your innocence is upheld and all evidence delivered by the prosecution is void of falsehoods and fraudulent claims.
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