Impulsive Act but Only a Misdemeanor Trespass

breaking and entering misdemeanor

We recently defended a client who had been charged with a felony crime called Breaking and Entering.  

Breaking and Entering is when a suspect breaks into a business to steal something (vs. a suspect who breaks into a home).    

The facts of this case were very unique – and the client had no criminal record. We negotiated a plea where the defendant only had to plea to a low level misdemeanor called criminal trespass.

The client served no jail. Given the prison time he was facing for the charged felony, the client was very happy with the outcome.