Collin County Burglary Lawyers out to Protect Your Rights
Burglary charges present many special, intricate issues, and you will want someone familiar with these issues to defend you. Burglary charges are second-degree felonies and carry with them a range of punishment between two years and 20 years in prison as well as up to a $10,000.00 fine.
Many people are unaware that the burglary statute allows the state of Texas to use a burglary charge based on actions more than simply theft. At Andor, Goheen, O'Toole, Wadas & Gonzalez, P.L.L.C., the Collin County Law Group, we are familiar with the possible allegations the prosecutor can use to charge you with burglary. Whether you are charged with burglary with intent to commit theft, assault, or a felony, we can help determine the level of felony charge for which the state will attempt to prosecute you. This knowledge makes us impeccably suited to be your Collin County burglary lawyer.