Theft and Robbery Defense Attorney
- Theft: the nonconsensual taking of another person’s property. This term is sometimes used as an umbrella term encompassing larceny, burglary, robbery, embezzlement, looting, and similar crimes.
- Burglary: entering a building or residence without consent with the intention of committing theft or a felony. However, it is not required that another offense actually be committed.
- Robbery: committing or attempting to commit theft by either threatening or causing bodily injury.
- Aggravated Robbery: robbery with either using or displaying a deadly weapon or causing serious bodily injury.
- White Collar Offenses: generally refers to theft or embezzlement by corporate employees.
If you or someone you know has been accused of or charged with a theft-related offense, contact criminal defense lawyer David Kiatta, a Sugar Land attorney serving those charged in Fort Bend County and Harris County, Galveston, Wharton, Montgomery, Brazoria, Waller and Across Texas. Call today (713) 785-8005 for a free, one-hour legal consultation.