Absolutely you can still be charged.... Hire an attorney as quickly as possible
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Yes, you may still be charged
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Burglary is a felony. They still have another year to charge you.
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Short answer: YES. Burglary is a serious Felony charge. You need to retain a qualified attorney - ASAP! George McCranie www.mccranielawfirm.com
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