Burglary of a Building
Burglary of a building is defined by the Texas Penal Code Section 30.02(a)(1) as a person without the effective consent of the owner enters a building (or any portion of a building) not then open to the public with the intent to commit a felony, theft, or assault.
Burglary of a Building cases get filed on people who break into a detached garage to steal items (like lawnmowers and tools) without the owners consent. What started off as a misdemeanor theft is now a State Jail felony since you entered a garage.
It is important to have an burglary defense attorney who will fight the charges levied against you or else you will be branded a burglar for the rest of your life. What is worse is that you very well could receive prison time for this offense, and still be labeled a burglar for life.
Burglary of a building cases are very serious in nature and will require the cunning work of a skilled burglary defense lawyer to help you stay out of prison and keep a felony conviction off of your record.
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