Dependable Property Offense Lawyer
Property offenses vary greatly, ranging from low-level offense such as shoplifting or vandalism to felonies like burglary and breaking and entering. In some cases, the offender does not have to steal goods or harm a victim. No matter the circumstances surrounding the allegations made against you, you need an experienced property offense attorney to take your case and make your voice heard.
Case Evaluation: Breaking & Entering Attorney
Breaking and entering is a serious offense that carries stiff penalties. In court, it is defined as the act of unauthorized entry into a building, vessel, or car, with the intent to commit a felony. Our breaking and entering attorney can evaluate the weight of the evidence against you and seek to reduce or dismiss charges all together.
Trespassing on Private, Commercial & Government Property
Whether knowingly or unknowingly committed, trespassing carries the same consequences. Even if you had no malicious intent, did not steal nor damage any property, and were only trespassing for a short period, you can still be held liable for all damages and face possible jail time. Whatever the circumstances surrounding the charges levied, our property offense lawyer can help.
In need of a defense attorney? Contact us to schedule an appointment with an expert at our law firm. Count on us to evaluate your case and devise a viable defense. We serve clients in Houston, Tomball, Pasadena, Sugar Land, and Galveston, Texas, and the surrounding communities.