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Were You Accused of a Theft Violation?

Why You Need Richard Ursha, Attorney at Law in Your Corner

If you have been accused of theft or any other property-related offense, it will be crucial to speak with an attorney about your rights. If you are a student, your school may take action against you and your case could also escalate to include criminal action. No matter your age, make certain that you avoid the worst penalties by hiring a San Marcos criminal defense lawyer who knows your rights and can defend you after allegations or an arrest.

I have been dedicated to defending the rights of individuals, college students, and other locals in San Marcos for more than a decade. As a former federal law enforcement officer and former special prosecutor, I know how the justice system works. Most importantly, I know how to use my unique insight into prosecution methods to create a compelling defense strategy that can help you get results.

Types of Theft Violations

Theft violations include many types of offenses. Theft refers to the act of unlawfully taking someone else's property with the intent of depriving the original owner of the property and without the intent of returning the property to the original owner.

Theft violations may include:

  • Petty theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Pickpocketing
  • Identity theft

Property crimes, such as bicycle theft, computer theft, electronics theft, or cell phone theft, are a big issue on many campuses throughout the state of Texas. Just because theft is common and you have been accused of committing an act of theft does not mean that you will be convicted of or penalized for the crime. Your lawyer can fight the charges and help make your case go away if possible so that you can move forward with your life.

You need to act today. Call or come in for a free consultation!

If you want to learn more about how I can be of assistance to you during this time, I encourage you to give my firm a call. The sooner that you get in contact with me, the sooner I can begin compiling favorable evidence that can make the justice system work in your favor.

Schedule your free case evaluation today. I am always happy to meet with my clients or potential clients in person or over the phone, so there is no time like now to call.

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