Accused of Committing a Theft Crime?
Retain a Houston Theft Attorney To Preserve Your Future
The state of Texas has a broad definition of theft, but it generally involves
unlawfully taking property belonging to someone else with the intention
of depriving them of the property. The most common forms of theft include
shoplifting, robbery and car theft.
If you have been accused of committing a theft crime, you need to speak
to a Houston theft crime lawyer as soon as possible. If convicted for
a theft crime, you could be facing serious punishments, depending on the
value of the property you have been accused of stealing.
Often charged as misdemeanor offenses, theft crimes can carry the following
- Property valued at less than $50 – Class C Misdemeanor with a $500 fine
- Property valued at more than $50 but less than $500 – Class B Misdemeanor
with a $2,000 fine and a 180-day jail sentence
- Property valued at more than $500 but less than $1,500 – Class A
Misdemeanor with a $4,000 fine and 1-year jail sentence
Many people accused of theft crimes believe that there is no way they can
defend themselves against the charges, especially if there is incriminating
evidence. With the help of
Attorney Mark Morasch, you may be able to clear your good name, and avoid conviction and harsh
Fight the charges! Contact Mark Morasch, Attorney at Law today.
more than 20+ years of experience, Attorney Mark Morasch has helped thousands of individuals fight
criminal charges, including those related to theft. A former prosecuting lawyer, he knows
exactly the kind of defense strategies his clients will need to help obtain
a favorable case outcome. He has an excellent track record to prove it.
His clients are his top priority, which is why
he makes himself available 24/7.
Don't let one small mistake change the rest of your life. Contact Attorney Mark Morasch
today for the tough, no-nonsense legal representation you need.