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Burglary Attorney in Fort Worth

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Texas law defines burglary as unlawfully entering in any public or private structure with the intent to commit a felony, theft or assault. Punishment for felonies under Texas law can be extremely harsh, and burglary is no exception. If you’ve been arrested for burglary, you must take immediate action and retain the services of a tough Fort Worth criminal defense attorney.

At Jerry Loftin & Associates, our legal team has proudly represented the people of Fort Worth and its surrounding areas since 1970. We understand the sense of crisis you may be feeling and we do not take the severity of your case lightly. When facing a possible jail sentence and thousands of dollars in fines, you need an experienced and aggressive litigator who won’t back down.

Put 65 years of combined experience to work by calling our team at (817) 429-2000.

What Are The Consequences?

The penalties of burglary depend on the circumstances of the crime. Burglary of a building that is not a residence is considered a state jail felony while burglary of a habitation or home invasion is a second-degree felony.

If charged as a state jail felony, penalties can include:

  • 180 days to 2 years in state jail
  • Fines up to $10,000

If charged as second-degree felony, penalties can include:

  • 2-20 years in prison
  • Fines up to $10,000

Schedule Your Free Consultation

Regardless of the obstacles your case involves, we can provide the guidance that you need. When you retain the services of Jerry Loftin & Associates, you can be confident that you have a diligent Fort Worth criminal defense lawyer on your side who is personally invested in the outcome of your case.

Contact Jerry Loftin & Associates to schedule your free initial consultation today.

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