It is important that you do not talk to anyone, including law enforcement, if you are arrested for burglary. Anything you say may be used against you. Even if you believe, or are led to believe, that if you tell your story you will be released, any statement you give can be twisted to be used against you and to assist the prosecution. Remember that police officers are allowed to lie about information they have when interrogating suspects.
Attorney Brian M. Fishman, an experienced Philadelphia burglary attorney, spent over 4 years as an Assistant District Attorney in Philadelphia so he knows what to expect from the prosecution. This allows him to keep a step ahead when he works on your defense. Some possible defenses include, but are not limited to:
- The building was abandoned.
- There is insufficient evidence because there were no eyewitnesses.
- Even if there were eyewitnesses, they misidentified you as the perpetrator.
- There is no corroborating evidence such as proceeds from the burglary.
- You are not seen on the video surveillance used at a commercial location.
- Fingerprints do not connect you to the scene.
You can trust Attorney Brian M. Fishman to give you an honest assessment of your case. He does not make promises he cannot keep. He will fight zealously on your behalf and protect all of your constitutional rights.