Theft Offenses Have Far-Reaching Ramifications
An accusation of theft in Texas is certainly a cause for concern. A theft conviction is a “crime of moral turpitude,” which will have many consequences in terms of immigration, future employment, housing, credit, and even voting or jury service.
You may be worried about the implications of this charge and what it will mean for you if you are convicted. If you have been charged with any kind of theft offense, it is in your best interest to discuss your case with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Dedicated To Your Defense
Defense lawyer Russ Hunt, Jr., is dedicated to protecting the rights and freedoms of those facing theft-related charges in Travis County, Williamson County and throughout Central Texas. He has a reputation for hard work, helping the accused protect their jobs, their freedoms and their futures.
In many cases, prosecutors are mostly concerned with achieving restitution for any money lost. They will often work with the defense to avoid convictions for younger people and those with limited criminal histories. No matter your circumstances, you can rely on Russ to craft the right defense for your circumstances.
Types Of Theft Crimes
Charges of theft can be incredibly diverse, requiring tailored defense depending on the circumstances of the crime. Russ has handled thousands of criminal cases over nearly three decades of practice, including a diverse array of theft cases such as:
- Employee theft
- Construction/contractor fraud
- Trust fund embezzlement
- Mortgage fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Identity theft
- Bank fraud
- Bank robbery
- Internet fraud
As you can see, Russ handles everything from simple shoplifting to complex white collar crimes. He handles federal charges as well as state-level charges. No matter the charge, he is committed to protecting you and your freedoms.
Start Building A Strong Defense With Russ On Your Side
When you have been charged with a serious theft crime, you need serious defense. You will find the legal advocate you need at the Law Office of Russ Hunt, Jr., in Georgetown. Get a free, confidential consultation by calling 512-551-1047.