Defense Against Charges Of Robbery And Burglary
Both robbery and burglary are specific intent crimes that involve property. Both may seem similar, but they are, in fact, different crimes that involve different circumstances.
The difference between robbery and burglary is as follows:
- During a robbery, there is an element of violence such as using a weapon to coerce a victim to give up their property.
- In a burglary, there is an attempt to break into a building with the intent to commit a crime such as theft.
These are serious crimes designated as felonies in which the convicted can be sent to prison for many years. If you have been charged with one of these crimes, the effects can be disastrous. One of our skilled lawyers from Kyle Law Firm can help reduce your charges so that you can keep your life on track. The verdicts that our attorneys have obtained for our clients in such matters have earned us a reputation for success.
Let’s chat about your robbery or burglary charges: 830-620-9402.
Evidence In Robbery And Burglary Cases
Many times, robbery and burglary cases are prosecuted with little to no direct evidence linking the accused perpetrator to the crime. Our team knows how to exploit weak evidence to our clients’ advantage.
Classifications for both robbery and burglary charges range from Class A misdemeanors to felonies with aggravating circumstances, such as when there is a weapon involved or violence was used. Often in these cases, witnesses and other evidence, such as DNA or physical evidence left behind at the scene, are imperative in obtaining convictions of those who are accused. But such evidence is hard to procure.
In fact, circumstantial evidence may be the only evidence a prosecutor has in such a case. At Kyle Law Firm, our lawyers know the ins and outs of these cases and how they can help you get your charges lifted.
Fight Your Charges With A Former Prosecutor
Those accused of robbery and burglary can benefit from working with our New Braunfels robbery/burglary attorneys. They understand the ways that circumstantial evidence and witness evidence are commonly presented to a jury, and they can provide advocacy for the accused in bringing to light flawed evidence. Our team can help you with these types of cases and will work to serve as an advocate for you to the full extent of the law.
In addition to being board certified in criminal law, our attorney, Steve Harkins, is also a former felony prosecutor with over 100 trials under his belt. His expertise in these types of crimes can make a difference between a good or bad case result. Call our firm at 830-620-9402 to discuss your felony case. You can also contact us online.