Steven Veinger, PA Steven Veinger graduated in 1996 from Whittier Law School, Los Angeles, California. Graduated in the top one-third of his class, Dean’s List and Trial Advocacy Board.
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Steven Veinger PA
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The Basics of Burglary & Theft

The difference between everyday speech and legal jargon is quite glaring, especially when it comes to things like stealing and theft cases. In casual conversation, the phrases theft, burglary, rubbery tend to be thrown around quite interchangeably, however, they are not, in fact, the same when it comes to their legal definition as well as the punishments ab individual would receive if convicted of such a crime. As the top burglary lawyer in the state of Florida, Mr. Steven Veinger, Esq. believes it is vital for individuals to educate themselves as much as possible on this type of subject. Not only will it help you to defend yourself in the event you are charged with burglary, or if you have been burglarized, but it will also deter you from acting in certain situations and taking part in certain behaviors that may lead to these types of charges – whether it be an intentional criminal act or because of a misunderstanding. In the state of Florida, because of the prevalence of home invasions and burglaries, it is important to not only educate yourself, but to be aware of an experienced burglary lawyer like Mr. Veinger. To learn more about the specifics behind a burglary or home invasion, and how it correlates to the legal definition of theft, check out the important information below.

Breaking and Entering

In the legal world, often times the commission of a burglary has a specific definition, and in reality, it is completely separate from the actual act of stealing or theft. According to Florida’s top burglary lawyer, Steven Veinger, burglary is also known as breaking and entering – essentially, gaining unlawful entry into a building, home or other location, with the explicit intent to commit a crime, in most occasions, that crime would be theft.

What is Theft?

Theft is essentially the act of stealing or taking property that belongs to someone else without their knowledge or consent. Theft has a few specific elements involved as well, including:

· Stealing or even taking property or money, that belongs to another person, without their knowledge or consent.

· Taking that property from the individual or entity who owns it.

· Taking the property, with the intention of keeping it for your own use.

Severity of the Crime

In the commission of a burglary, whether the owner of the home is there or not, does not matter in terms of the theft charge, however, it can have some effect on the breaking and entering charge. Theft charges are also gauged by their severity, and charged as either misdemeanors or felonies. To determine whether a theft charge is a felony or misdemeanor, it is usually up to the value of the items that were stolen, and to a slightly lesser extent, what was stolen.

This is often a tricky situation to deal with, as a traditional breaking and entering is usually considered to be a misdemeanor unless some extraordinary circumstances occurred, while the charge of burglary in some areas in itself, is to be considered a felony charge, as it accounts for two separate crimes in one and is dependent upon the value of the goods stolen while on the premises or if there were any other felonious crimes committed while on the premises. It is best to talk out your specific situation with a qualified attorney, and they will guide you on the best possible outcomes and how to handle them. For more information or to schedule a consultation contact the top burglary lawyer in Florida, Mr. Steven Veinger today.