Burglary case resolved with no criminal record in Brooklyn


Lance’s client was arrested with several other people for illegally entering a commercial building at night with the intent of committing a crime inside. Our client was charged with burglary in the second degree, a class C violent felony. After our client was released, our client’s family contacted us for help. After conferencing the matter with the Kings County District Attorney, we worked out a deal where our client would only have to plead guilty to disorderly conduct and pay a small fine. There was no criminal record (because disorderly conduct is not a crime), no jail, no probation.

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