Amarillo Burglary Defense Lawyer
Defending the Accused Throughout the Texas Panhandle
Have you been charged with burglary and are looking for exceptional legal defense? At The Law Offices of D. Chris Hesse, we have years of experience in the field and are here to serve you. Burglary charges can be quite serious and you may be looking at a felony if you are convicted. When you retain our legal services, you can count on us to truly fight aggressively on your behalf. Our experience and knowledge in the field allow us to navigate the matter and work hard to defeat the charges.
Contact The Law Offices of D. Chris Hesse at (806) 686-2142 for reliable legal counsel. Learn how we can help you combat your charges.
Burglary charges are not always cut and dry, because there must be evidence that you have broken into someone's property, but the offense of a theft crime does not need to be proven. All the prosecution needs to establish is that you unlawfully entered or broke in with undesirable intentions, which can become a very tricky area to navigate. We are interested in gathering all of the details of the case in order to put together a creative solution or angle to use in court, such as establishing that you were a victim of mistaken identity. In many cases, a prosecutor will try to use your fingerprints as proof, although you had been on the premises at some point in the past.
The common types of burglary charges include:
- Residential burglary
- Commercial burglary
- Burglary of an automobile
- Possession of burglary tools
Contact The Law Offices of D. Chris Hesse today!
If you have been arrested or charged with a burglary offense, it is very important to realize that time is of the essence. You deserve to have caring and compassionate legal defense on your side. At The Law Offices of D. Chris Hesse, our founding lawyer is a former prosecutor and Marine. The Houston native took an oath to support and defend the Constitution as a Marine; he also took an oath as an Amarillo theft crimes attorney to defend a client’s Constitutional rights. This is the kind of advocate you need on your side.
Call today at (806) 686-2142 to discuss your case in a free consultation.