Charged with attempt first degreee burglary and conspiracy to attempt first degree burglary but didn't go inside the house nor did he touch the house. He went with 4 juveniles to commit burglary but didn't only rhe juveniles did. The cops stopped them leaving around the area . Hes 18 with no records of him gettin in trouble with law how long will he get
Impossible to say. Why don't you focus on finding a good attorney to represent him than how much time he'll serve? He could get probation, and up to one year in county jail or up to three years in prison.
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
How long he COULD get and how long he WILL get are two totally different things. If he is found not guilty, he does NO time. If maxed out, he could get up to three years.
He needs a good criminal defense attorney. I'd strongly suggest you find someone who focuses on criminal law and who routinely practices in the court where this case will be heard.
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I agree with Mr. Dane. What he will get - if convicted - and what his maximum exposure is are most often two different things. Many factors play into the judge's decision about what sentence to impose. Probation is certainly in play on these brief facts, so he should have a good criminal defense attorney to assist him. Who knows, he may have defenses, or the prosecution may not be able to prove the case, all of which should be analyzed by a good attorney.
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