There are numerous types of burglary charges that you could face in Texas. Generally speaking, burglary is entering into a building or home with the intent to commit theft or another crime such as assault or sexual assault or any other felony.
Texas Penal Code states that you have committed the offense of burglary if you enter a building or a habitation without the consent of another with the intent to commit a felony, theft, or assault.
Burglary charges can range from a state jail felony all the way up to a first degree felony depending on the circumstances of your case.You need a lawyer if you have been charged with burglary in Montgomery County, Texas
Attorney Chris Allen will work with each individual client to ensure the best possible outcome. If you are looking for a burglary defense lawyer in Montgomery County, contact the Law Offices of Chris Allen and Bill Pattillo. We serve clients throughout Montgomery County, including Conroe, The Woodlands, Willis, Magnolia, New Caney and all areas of the county.