Without question you need a criminal defense attorney. Often, bargains are made that can eliminate many of the charges, and reduce other. If no good bargain is offered, at least your attorney will have learned the case, can look at the search, and be prepared for trial. You can find a criminal defense attorney in your county by AVVO search, or local ads.
If you cannot afford an attorney, you can ask the court to appoint one for you. But, if you hire one, your attorney can start NOW to work on minimizing the damage to your life.
AND, you can start now with drug counseling and NA meetings to address the VERY SERIOUS drug problem that is trying to ruin your life.
We do not have a client/attorney relationship until you make an appointment, we discuss your case face to face, I accept a retainer, and we explictly agree to enter into representation.
If you value your freedom, you do need a criminal defense attorney in Greensburg, PA. Ask around, attorneys will be happy to refer you to the right professional for that case.
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Burglary is a very serious charge, even if you are a juvenile. If you are convicted as an adult, at the very minimum, you will have a serious felony on your record which will significantly impact your future ability to continue your education and find employment. If you are adjudicated as a minor, the felony status of the offense remains on your record even when you turn 18. HIRE A LAWYER!
You definitely need an attorney. There are numerous things that you could be convicted for. These are serious charges that involve jail time. The burglary can involve many years of jail. You need to speak with counsel immediately.
Michael L. Doyle