Robbery / Burglary
Robbery or Burglary Charge? We Have Answers.
Charges of robbery and burglary are serious and, unfortunately, many people do not understand the nature of the charges against them. At times, they may plead guilty or accept the first plea offer in an attempt to make the charges go away. However, the consequences of a conviction will have a significant impact on your life, and possibly your freedom. Contact a skilled, aggressive criminal defense lawyer at the Austin McMinn Law Firm, LLP.
The sooner you retain the services of an attorney who can help you understand your options and provide you with sound legal guidance, the better off you will be in any criminal defense matter.
Call us at (866) 417-3800 or (512) 337-1993 or contact us online for a free and confidential initial consultation.
We are two brothers, Justin and Jason McMinn, who are passionate about and committed to defending our clients against criminal charges. When you retain us, we are there for you every step of the way. Contact us if you have been charged with any of the following:
- Burglary — Charged with breaking and entering into a home (habitation) or building with the intent to steal something or to commit a felony such as murder?
- Robbery — Charged with intentionally, knowingly or recklessly causing injury to an individual while in the act of theft?
- Aggravated robbery — Charged with a first degree felony involving the use of a deadly weapon or causing a serious injury (especially to a disabled or elder person) during the act of theft?
- Theft — Have you been charged with intentionally taking something that is not yours, such as money, checks, cars, or other items?
It is important that you retain a lawyer to help you do all you can to keep a conviction of burglary or robbery off your criminal record. A conviction like this can be a heavy burden to bear for the rest of your life.
We Make The Prosecution Prove Its Case.
In any burglary or robbery defense criminal defense case, we take a look at the circumstances leading up to the arrest. Was there intent to commit a felony? What constitutes breaking and entering? Was there intent to cause injury? We examine the evidence and facts of the situation closely and find weaknesses in the prosecution’s case.
Understand your legal options and take informed action.