Theft Crimes Are More Serious Than You May Think
There are four types of criminal convictions that will affect your long-term ability to obtain employment:
- Any Felony offense
- Sex offenses
- Violent offenses
- Theft offenses (often called “crimes of moral turpitude”)
I. Felony: Employers know that if they hire a convicted felon and he/she misbehaves, they are going to get sued.
II. Sex Offenses: Employers know that if they hire a sex offender, and the convicted sex offender acts improperly towards a co-worker or customer, they are going to get sued.
III. Violent Offenses: Employers know that if they hire a violent offender, and the violent offender later threatens or hits a customer or co-worker when a heated issue arises, they are going to get sued.
IV. Theft Offenses: Employers do not want employees stealing out of their cash register, so they are not going to hire someone with a theft conviction.
If you are charged with a theft crime, then you need a defense team with our record of success. Our theft defense team has been getting these types of charges dismissed and arrest records expunged since 1974.
State of Texas vs. M.B.:Charge: Theft Result: CASE DISMISSED.
State of Texas vs. P.R.:Charge: Theft Result: CASE DISMISSED.
State of Texas vs. S.P.:Charge: Theft Result: CASE DISMISSED.
We fight hard to help our clients avoid convictions for theft crimes. We are often called on by good people who had a serious lapse in judgment and have been arrested for anything from Misdemeanor Shoplifting to First or Second Degree Felony Burglary of a Habitation. We do not judge. But, we do deliver results.
If you or someone you care about is under investigation or has been arrested, now is the time to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
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We encourage you to contact our offices immediately if you or someone you care about has been charged with a theft crime in North Texas. We know that the sooner we get involved in a case, the more options we have in mitigating the potential consequences. Your initial consultation with an experienced criminal defense attorney will be free. Do not wait. Call us at 972-608-0335 or 214-733-1775 now.