Possession of Burglary Tools
Michael L. Fell can help you avoid unfair punishment for alleged possession of burglary tools.
At first, possession of burglary tools might seem like a pretty straightforward and even fair charge. After all, only a burglar would have burglary tools, right?
The statute actually covers a variety of tools that could be used for totally innocent purposes. As a result, there is great potential for false allegations to be made. Sometimes, individuals who are suspected of burglary—but cannot be brought up on an actual burglary charge due to lack of evidence—are accused of possession of burglary tools instead.
If this happens to you, Michael L. Fell can help.
Why Hire Attorney Fell
Michael L. Fell is a passionate defense attorney and a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist who cares about his clients’ futures and tackles charges large and small with equal dedication. You can rely on him to investigate every possible avenue for your defense. This includes:
- Arguing that you had no intent to use the tools in a crime
- Getting any evidence discovered during an illegal search & seizure thrown out
- Negotiating for a favorable plea deal
Thanks to his time as an Orange County Senior Deputy District Attorney where he prosecuted criminal cases for 18 years, Michael L. Fell understands how prosecutors think and which strategies will be most convincing in getting them to drop the charges against you or offer a favorable plea.
Need Help Right Now?
If you are currently facing charges for possession of burglary tools—or for any other similar offenses such as possession or selling lock picks, vehicle master keys, or code grabbing devices—Michael L. Fell can help. All you have to do is call our office at (949) 585-9055 and request a meeting with Attorney Fell.