My 10 year old daughter entered an occupied neighbors house after being asked by the neighbor not to. She followed another boy in who did take money from the house. My daughter didn't take anything but is now being charged with felony burglary in PA. What are the chances of getting the charges knocked down to a misdeamenor with a lawyer in court?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Anything is possible. But, it's going to depend on a lot of things. I would suggest talking with a lawyer about the case. Depending on the facts she might have several options avaliable to her.
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