Burglary

Burglary of a Building: State Jail Felony: Punishable from 180 days to 2 years in a State Jail Facility and up to a $10,000 fine.

Burglary of a Habitation: 2nd Degree Felony: Punishable from 2 to 20 years in the Texas Department of Corrections and up to a $10,000 fine.

Burglary is defined as entering someone’s home or business with the intention to commit a crime. Simply put, burglary is entering into a building or home to commit any crime, even though it is most often associated with a theft. For a prosecutor to prove a burglary, he/she must show you entered a building with an intent to commit a crime. Your charge will depend on the type of building you enter. A Burglary of a Building, usually a business, is a State Jail Felony. Enter someone’s home and the charge is Burglary of a Habitation, a 2nd Degree Felony.

If you’ve been arrested and charged with burglary, you need an attorney you can count on. James Angelino is an aggressive criminal defense attorney who has practiced in courts all over the Metroplex. He is an ex-police officer and prosecutor who knows the intricacies of these types of cases. Being charged with a crime can be a frightening experience. Let James Angelino, a qualified defense attorney see you through the complex and potentially overwhelming legal process that lies ahead. If you have a pending criminal case and need legal representation, or if you anticipate criminal charges being filed against you in the future, please contact the law Offices of James Angelino atl 972-377-0088 for a free consultation.