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Theft is described in detail in Texas Penal Code § 32. The basic description of this offense is unlawfully appropriating property with the intent to deprive the owner of property. Theft-related offenses may be committed in many different ways: by force, without the owner’s knowledge, through deception, or by threatening injury to the owner. Depending on the manner in which a theft crime is carried out and the amount and type of property involved, a defendant may face misdemeanor or felony charges in Texas.
At McCarty-Larson, PLLC, we are committed to representing defendants and arrestees across Ellis County, Tarrant County, and Dallas County who have been accused of theft or any related criminal offense. Our lead attorney is a former prosecutor and police officer who knows how theft charges are investigated and prosecuted. Ellis County theft crime attorney Robin McCarty uses this experience to our clients’ advantage in state, federal, and juvenile theft crime proceedings.
Find out more about theft charges and your rights by calling (972) 895-7636.
Our firm has the resources and know-how to represent clients facing theft charges of all kinds, including:
With these cases, physical evidence and the intent of the alleged offender will play crucial parts in the prosecuting attorney’s attempt to secure a conviction. By carefully reviewing the evidence at hand, we can identify circumstances where the prosecution’s case can be effectively challenged. Because he has experience prosecuting theft cases in Texas, Ellis County theft crime lawyer Robin McCarty actually understands how the “other side” thinks and works. He knows how to effectively challenge theft charges to help his clients face more favorable outcomes.