Felony and Misdemeanor Theft Charges in State, Federal and Juvenile Court
There are many criminal charges that are considered “theft”:
- Bad checks
- Identity theft
The consequences for a theft crime can be severe. Even shoplifting something worth less than $50 can get you charged with a Class C misdemeanor and up to $500 in fines. If the value of the property is $1,500 to $20,000, it’s a felony and you could go to a state jail. More than $20,000 and you could end up with a prison sentence.
If you or someone close to you has been charged with a theft crime in Tarrant County, talk to the Schneider Law Firm as soon as possible. Each of our Fort Worth defense attorneys has extensive Texas criminal law experience and a demonstrated track record of courtroom success. Call (817) 755-1852.
You’ll find several of our defense lawyers listed among Fort Worth’s “Top Attorneys,” and Texas “Super Lawyers,” and “Rising Stars” – peer ratings that recognize our hard work and dedication to our clients.
Criminal Theft Cases – Federal, State and Juvenile
We defend adults charged with felony and misdemeanor theft crimes in Texas state courts. Our team can also handle felony fraud and embezzlement cases in federal criminal court [link to federal crimes defense] and represent young people charged in Texas juvenile court. Attorney Emily LaChance handles federal cases; attorneys Bria Larson and P. Michael Schneider handle juvenile cases.
Schedule a Free Consultation With a Fort Worth Theft Crime Lawyer
The Schneider Law Firm is dedicated to defending your rights and protecting your future. Call (817) 755-1852 for a free consultation. Put our legal team on your side in court. We accept credit cards and can arrange payment plans. Contact our law firm to defend your theft crime charges today!
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