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Robbery allegations require the State to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the person caused bodily injury to another, or placed a person in imminent fear of bodily injury, while in the course of committing a theft. Robbery is a second degree felony in the State of Texas with a punishment ranging from 2 to 20 years in the Texas Department of Corrections.

Allegations of robbery are very serious, and the State is likely to vigorously pursue a conviction. You need a competent Robbery Attorney who has successfully defended people against these charges in the past. The Criminal Defense Lawyers at Odom, Davis & Hobson have defended numerous people charged with robbery, and will fight to ensure a just result.


In order for the State to obtain a conviction for Burglary, they must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant entered into a building or habitation, not then open to the public, with the intent to commit a felony, theft, or an assault. Violation of the burglary statute in the State of Texas is a state jail felony if the defendant entered a building. State Jail felonies carry a punishment range of 6 months to 2 years in a Texas State Jail facility. If the defendant enters the habitation of another, the offense under the burglary statute is moved to a second degree felony with a punishment range of 2 to 20 years in the Texas Department of Corrections.

Burglary charges are not something to be taken lightly. Large punishment ranges coupled with an offense that is viewed very poorly by the State makes it imperative that you hire a competent Burglary Attorney to build an effective defense. At Odom, Davis & Hobson, our criminal defense attorneys are experienced in litigating burglary offenses, and have achieved great results over the last 40 plus years. We will fight to make sure the State can prove their case.

Aggressive and Reliable Defense

The Criminal Defense Attorneys at Odom, Davis & Hobson have a long history handling theft crimes such as robbery and burglary. Hire the experienced and respected Houston Burglary Attorneys and Houston Robbery Attorneys of Odom, Davis & Hobson.

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