Lawyer Specializing in DUI
Possession of Burglarious Tools
"Possession of Burglarious Tools" is a crime in Massachusetts. However, the prosecution often has difficulty proving the necessary elements of this offense beyond a reasonable doubt.
In order to be convicted of this offense, the prosecution must prove each of the following:
- The defendant knowingly possessed the tool in question;
- The tool could reasonably be used to break into a building, room, vault, or safe;
- The defendant knew that the tool could reasonably be used for that purpose; and
- The defendant had the specific intent to use the tool for the purpose of breaking into a building, room, vault, or safe.
If you have been charged with Burglary or Possession of Burglarious Tools in Massachusetts, contact my office, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for your free initial phone consultation:
Urbelis Law, LLC
50 Milk St 16th Floor
Boston, MA 02109
Phone: (617) 830-2188