What is the Difference Between Burglary and Theft in Texas?

There is a difference between burglary and theft. Theft is where you take something, conceal it, with an intent to make it your own and deprive it of someone else. Burglary is where you go into some place, be it a car, a building, a home, and take something, or go in with the intent to take something. Attorney Mike Goolsby has represented many people who have been charged with burglary. It’s important to have good representation on a case like that. For more information go to texascriminallawyers.net.

Video Transcription:

Well, there’s there’s a difference between burglary and theft. And what that difference is, theft, you take something you conceal it, you just you have an intent to make it your own really, basically and deprive someone else of it. Burglary is a little bit different in that you actually go into some place, whether it’s going into a car, going into a building, or going into a home, which is the most serious of the offenses, and taking something, or going in with the intent to take something. We represent many people and I have throughout the years, with people who have been charged with burglary, and it’s very very important to have great representation on a case like that. Because people don’t like when you go into their place, whether it be a car, a business, a building, or a home, and you take things, and so what you want to make sure that you’ve got, the absolute best attorney so that you can get it, that outcome that you really want on that case. To speak to a lawyer call us at the Goolsby law firm. Our telephone number’s (972) 394-2141, we’ll get you in for a free consultation.



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