Burglary of an unoccupied conveyance is a 3rd-degree felony in the State
of Florida, punishable by a maximum of 5 years in state prison.
Burglary of an unoccupied conveyance is a fancy term for "car burglary."
It means that somebody breaks into an unoccupied car with the intent of
committing a crime inside of that car.
For purposes of this entry, let's discuss the crime of burglary of
an unoccupied conveyance. This is a commonly charged crime. The usual
scenario is somebody comes outside their home, only to find their car
in the driveway with a window smashed. Something may be missing from inside
of the car, such as a stereo or some other belongings. The person calls
police, and they search the car for physical evidence. They may find fingerprints
inside of the car, or maybe a neighbor witnessed the event.
If the accused has a prior record, PTI will not be offered. The State may
even seek jail time.
criminal defense attorney practicing in Miami-Dade and Broward, I make the State do its job on every
single case. That is, the State must present enough evidence in order
to be able to prove the accused guilty. A burglary with poor witnesses
and no physical evidence is a burglary worth fighting at
Call me today
to discuss your burglary of an unoccupied conveyance charge.