Harris County 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 is generally 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 is committing or attempting to commit theft either threatening or causing bodily injury.
Aggravated Robbery is robbery with either using or displaying a deadly weapon or causing serious bodily injury.
In the most general terms, White Collar offenses refer 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.