FAQs about Burglary, Theft and Criminal Damage
What is the difference between theft, robbery and burglary?
Is shoplifting a separate offence from theft?
What does aggravated burglary mean?
Can burglary involve other offences?
Does armed robbery always mean a prison sentence?
What is the maximum sentence for vandalism?
What’s the difference between vandalism and criminal damage?
Is graffiti always considered vandalism?
What’s the most serious case of vandalism?
Have you been arrested? Contact us now to safeguard your future.
The consequences of a burglary, theft or criminal damage offence can be severe. If you have been accused, contacting an expert legal representative is crucial at this stage. Call Lawtons urgently today on 0333 577 0522.
We will handle your case with no judgement and meticulous research and preparation, in order to obtain the best possible outcome. No two cases are the same and we will work to build a robust defence. We have extensive experience in these cases and will guide you through the laws and offer guidance through court proceedings if necessary.
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