Burglary and Robbery
Where to Turn After a Burglary or Robbery Arrest
If you have been charged with burglary or robbery, the attorney you choose to represent you can make all the difference in the final outcome of your case.
We Won’t Treat You Like a Criminal
People in Philadelphia and southern New Jersey have come to trust the burglar defense attorneys of MyPhillyLawyer. We don’t talk down to our clients. We won’t treat you like a criminal. If you are facing robbery, burglary or other theft charges, please contact us to discuss your case.
About Robbery Charges
A felony charge, robbery is a form of theft that involves force or the threat of force against another person. A mugging or purse snatching is a form of robbery, for example. The extent of the harm done to the person, the amount of force used, and whether or not a deadly weapon was involved can determine whether the robbery will be charged as a first-degree, second-degree or third-degree robbery.
About Burglary Charges
A burglary involves entering a building with the intent of committing a crime while inside. Burglary charges are more serious when a weapon is involved, when the building burglarized is a residence, and when someone is in the building at the time of the burglary.
If you or a member of your family has been charged with burglary or robbery, please do not speak with the police or anyone else about the case without first consulting with an attorney.
Call MyPhillyLawyer at 215-789-9346 for a Free Initial Consultation
To arrange a free consultation and case evaluation, contact the criminal defense attorneys of Silvers, Langsam & Weitzman, P.C. — better known as MyPhillyLawyer. Our lawyers represent clients charged with weapons-related crimes in Philadelphia, southern New Jersey and the surrounding area.