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Burglary Gang Sentenced to 11 Years

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A gang of burglaries who were behind a string of burglaries throughout Leeds and West Yorkshire have been jailed for over 11 years.

According to reports, the gang were behind eleven burglaries throughout a four month period in 2012, stealing jewellery, goods and money worth over £200,000. However, following an investigation by Leeds District Burglary Task Force, the group were caught.

During their sentence at Crown Court, each member of the gang received a custodial sentence, totalling eleven years, in a young offenders institute for conspiracy to commit burglaries.

As criminal law solicitors in Leeds, we have considerable experience of advising and representing clients facing charges relating to burglary offences in Leeds and the surrounding areas.

Through our experience within the criminal law sector, we have represented clients in a range of burglary and robbery cases, including armed robbery – and using the knowledge and experience we have built up, we can assist those wishing to deny or plead guilty to burglary charges.

For those wishing to deny the charges then we will work hard to clear your name. Alternatively, if you decide to plead guilty then we can argue for a reduced sentence.

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