Possession of Burglary Tools, C.R.S. 18-4-205

Possession of Burglary Tools in Denver, C.R.S. 18-4-205

You will be charged by Denver, Aurora and Arvada police with Possession of Burglary Tools - C.R.S. 18-4-205, if you are caught possessing an instrument or tool which is commonly used to break into a business, home, or vending machine and you had the intention of using the tools to break into a business or home. You can also be charged with this offense if you are caught with magnets (for taking security tags off when shoplifting), pliers, screwdrivers, a crowbar, or any tool that could be used to open a door or window in order to burglarize. Whatever the circumstances, it is important that you work with an experienced criminal defense attorney in Denver, Adams or Douglas County. District Attorneys and prosecutors will look for every piece of evidence to prove that you intended to burglarize a home, business or machine.

Consequences of Possession of Burglary Tools in Jefferson, Arapahoe and Larimer County:

Possession of Burglary tools is a class 5 felony in Colorado. If you are convicted of felony Possession of Burglary Tools, you could face imprisonment in the Colorado Department of Corrections for up to 3 years, plus parole. Having a felony on your record can be devastating to your future - you could lose your job, your home, or your family.

What to Do if You Are Charged with Possession of Burglary Tools:

If you are suspected or, or are charged with, Possession of Burglary Tools, it is very important that you:

• Never give a statement to the police or witnesses - even if it's over the phone.

• Contact an experienced criminal lawyer at our office immediately to begin your defense.

You need a lawyer on your side who has a thorough understanding of criminal law. Here at the O'Malley Law Office, we have over 23 years experience representing good people who have been charged with Possession of Burglary Tools in Weld, Morgan and Logan County and all over Colorado. We can put that knowledge to work for you, and be your advocate in court.

If you or a loved one has been contacted by Denver, Fort Collins or Greeley police regarding charges of Possession of Burglary Tools, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at the O'Malley Law office at 303-731-0719, or submit the "Get Help Now" form. Together, we can protect your future.

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