Clearwater Robbery & Burglary Defense Lawyers
Theft Defense in Clearwater, Tampa, St. Pete, & Pinellas, Pasco, & Hillsborough Counties
The State of Florida takes the crimes of robbery and burglary very seriously. In order to minimize the chance that you will be sentenced to time behind bars or excessive fines, it is important to seek out quality legal representation with an experienced Clearwater criminal defense attorney.
Board Certified Criminal Defense Experts
The lawyers of Bauer Crider Kenny & Parry have the experience and skill to help. Our experienced and highly reputed criminal defense legal team includes two Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Specialists.
With 100 years of combined experience, our Clearwater criminal defense attorneys have what it takes to defend you, no matter the specific circumstances of your case.
We have successfully defended thousands of people charged with:
- Robbery: A robbery is a theft that involves the use of force, violence or assault, or creates fear in the victim. Robbery is a felony, punishable by up to 15 years in prison. If a weapon is used in the commission of a robbery, the sentence can be up to 30 years.
- Burglary: Also called breaking and entering, burglary means entering a home, business, building or vehicle with the intention of committing a crime inside. The potential sentence for burglary ranges from five years to life, depending on the crime committed inside. Assault, battery, carrying a firearm, or causing more than $1000 worth of property damage all make a burglary a first degree felony.
We will listen to you describe the circumstances of your case, then take action to protect your rights. Our Clearwater theft crime lawyers will clearly describe the legal process and the options available to you.
We will work relentlessly to achieve the best possible outcome to your case, whether that means getting the charges against you reduced or achieving a not guilty verdict at trial.
To learn how we can help, please contact us (727) 205-0968 for a free consultation and case evaluation.
2 counts Aggravated Assault with a Firearm Penalty Reduced
2 Counts First Degree Murder Not Guilty
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2 Counts of Aggravated Assault Case Dismissed
20 Counts Of Possession Of Child Pornography Case Dismissed
Aggravated Child Abuse Not Guilty
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Cocaine Trafficking Not Guilty
Drug Trafficking Case Dismissed