Don't be foolish in April by breaking and entering.
Breaking and entering is a criminal misdemeanor, and it can send you to jail for up to, one day less than one year.

Breaking and entering is forceful entrance into a residence or building that you are not authorized to enter.

If something is stolen from this residence or building then you can be charged with burglary.

Don't be a fool this April by breaking and entering.

If you're in a group of people and there is talk about breaking and entering, it would be wise for you to leave the group and not commit this criminal misdemeanor.

This information, about breaking and entering, is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia criminal defense attorney Scott Miller.

If you have been charged with breaking and entering, you may call attorney Scott Miller, for a free consultation.
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