Burglary and Breaking & Entering Lawyers Raleigh

Misdemeanor Breaking and/or entering (B&E) occurs when you enter a building wrongfully. B&E with intent to commit a felony or larceny, is charged as a Class H felony.

1st and 2nd Degree Burglary are defined as entering into someone’s home,apartment, or sleeping quarters with the intent to commit a felony or larceny. If someone is actually “home”, then it is considered 1st Degree and is a Class D felony. 2nd Degree Burglary is a Class G felony.

Lawyers Taylor and Thomas Manning of Manning Law Firm are here to stand by you when you need it the most. Our expansive knowledge of the North Carolina Justice System and our aggressive approach has garnered positive outcomes for a number of our Raleigh clients who have faced breaking and entering or burglary charges.

When it comes to fighting your breaking and entering or burglary charge, it’s imperative that your representation understands each and every small detail of your case; when it happened, where it happened and your involvement. Manning Law Firm has the tools and the knowledge to represent clients who have been accused of:

With experience in prosecution, we have a unique understanding of the complex dynamics of various cases to help your specific breaking and entering situation. We share your sense of urgency, and we know how to effectively navigate the legal system to help you reach the best possible outcome.

Contact Manning Law Firm

If you have been accused of breaking and entering you need to act now. Don’t wait until it’s too late. We can start helping with your case right away to avoid complications! Contact the experienced professionals at Manning Law Firm in Raleigh today to get started.

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