Texas Burglary Defense Attorney
Take immediate action if you have been charged with burglary of a habitation. Even if you are being investigated, you should not wait for charges to be filed. Cases are complex and the penalties are severe. You need the guidance and counseling of an experienced attorney to fight for the best outcome. Significant fines could be imposed. Your freedom could be at risk.
At the Law Office of Jeffrey C. Grass, we know what is at stake when our clients face serious felony burglary charges. Our job is to focus on your best interests, starting with protection of your constitutional rights.
Dallas Attorney for Burglary of a Habitation
Burglary is defined as unlawful entry into a home, business or any type of structure with the intent to commit a crime. The act itself is not limited to theft or larceny. Simply trespassing by walking through an open door constitutes the crime.
Burglary of a habitation is a second-degree felony. You could be sentenced to two to 20 years in prison. The intent or actual commission of another felony during the burglary enhances the charge to a first-degree felony with up to 99 years or life in prison. Add to those penalties a $10,000 fine.
As a former prosecutor, criminal defense lawyer Jeffrey C. Grass understands how the opposing side builds their cases. With an experienced support staff and team of investigators and experts, he establishes a strong defense and fights for the best outcome on your behalf. That includes reduced charges, dismissal or acquittal in court.
Contact the Law Office of Jeffrey C. Grass Today
For a free initial consultation and preliminary case analysis regarding charges of burglary of a habitation, contact us online or call 972-422-9999. We have offices in Highland Park, off I-75 (Central Expressway) and in Plano, Texas, in the Bank of America Tower.