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Understanding Texas Theft Crimes

The Texas Penal Code includes guidelines for handling many types of theft cases. If you have been charged with any type of theft crime, you will want to take immediate action and contact King Law, P.C. Theft is generally described as the taking of another individual's property without obtaining his or her permission and with no intention of giving the property back at full value.

Types of Theft Crimes

Theft crimes are prosecuted at different levels depending on the value of the items that were stolen and the circumstances surrounding the act.

The term covers a large body of crimes that can include:

If you are charged with the crime of simple theft, you can face a maximum fine of $500. If, however, you are charged with the crime of robbery or aggravated robbery, you can spend up to 20 years or up to 99 years in prison. Many different circumstances exist in theft cases that can intensify the sentences that you could face upon conviction.

Charged with a theft crime? Call King Law, P.C.!

At King Law, P.C., we are dedicated to helping clients pursue the best possible results to their cases. With experience working as a federal defender, you can trust in the attentive representation that we provide. Trust in our firm's legal assistance if you are looking for a firm that can help develop a strong defense on your behalf because the crime of theft is taken very seriously in the state of Texas.

If any of the following elements were involved in the commission of the theft crime you are charged with, you can expect serious consequences upon conviction:

Take action immediately to defend against a conviction. Contact and schedule a free case evaluation at (806) 370-7800 with the Lubbock criminal defense attorneys at our firm today!


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