Allen Property Crime Lawyer
Peveto Law provides superior legal defense for juveniles and adults who have been charged with or are being investigated for property crimes in Allen. There are many property crimes found in Title 7 of the Texas Penal Code, and Attorney Andrew Peveto understands the high stakes involved with a criminal conviction.
Allen property crime lawyer
By raising effective defense strategies, we can safeguard your rights when charged with theft, or any criminal offenses against property. Request a confidential case review to find out how an Allen property crime lawyer at Peveto Law can help you.
Over the past ten years, Peveto Law has earned a reputation for tenacious, results-focused criminal defense throughout northern Texas. Andrew Peveto is much more than a property crime attorney Allen people depend on. He takes the time to listen to your side of the story and understand your concerns. He is committed to giving each client the focused legal representation they deserve. Our legal team treats every client with compassion, dignity and respect. Regardless if you’re facing arson charges or were arrested for aggravated robbery, Peveto Law will use every resource to get those charges reduced or dismissed.
Defending theft and property crime charges
We have a successful record of getting favorable resolutions in property crime cases related to:
- Burglary – Burglary is defined as the illegal or unauthorized entry – without force– into a home or private premises with the intention to commit a crime.
- Shoplifting — One of the most common property crimes in Texas, shoplifting is charged as a Class A, B or C misdemeanor depending on the value of the items stolen.
- Vandalism – An intentional act that defaces or degrades another’s private property; also known as malicious trespass or criminal mischief.
- White collar crimes – including credit card fraud, identity theft and forgery
- Robbery – A type of theft that employs the use of violence or force to deprive someone the ownership of a property.
- Arson – the act of intentionally or knowingly starting a fire or explosion. Punishment will depend on if the reckless actions resulted in injury, death or the damage of another’s property.
Both misdemeanor and felony property crime convictions can result in serious penalties and repercussions, including fines, jail time, a criminal record, and the loss of rights to possess or use a firearm for personal protection.
Speak to a property crime lawyer Allen residents trust
If you or someone you care about is facing charges such a theft, shoplifting, robbery, or criminal mischief, it is essential to discuss your case with a competent criminal defense lawyer who will protect your rights. Attorney Andrew Peveto understands the complexities of property crime statutes in Texas and provides powerful advocacy to those in need.
It is our objective to help Allen residents achieve the best outcome possible for their property crime charges. We are prepared to investigate your case and start building a strong defense. Contact us today to schedule a private consultation, free of charge and with no obligation to proceed.
- Justia, Texas Statutes Penal Code Offenses Against Property https://law.justia.com/codes/texas/2015/penal-code/title-7/
- Texas Penal Code, Chapter 28 Arson, Criminal Mischief, and other Property damage or destruction https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/PE/htm/PE.28.htm