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Under the Texas Penal Code, fraud is defined as the intentional deception or misrepresentation of facts with the intent to deprive another person of property or to cause financial loss or injury to another person. Fraud can take many different forms, including: Theft by False Pretenses: This occurs when someone obtains property or services by

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Fraudulent Use of Identifying Information

The fraudulent use of identifying information is a criminal offense in Texas that involves the use of someone else’s personal information without their consent with the intent to harm, defraud, or threaten another person. Texas Penal Code defines this offense under Section 32.51, which states: “A person commits an offense if the person, with intent

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White Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes refer to non-violent offenses committed for financial gain, typically by professionals or businesspeople. In Texas, white-collar crimes include various offenses, such as: Embezzlement: The act of stealing funds or property entrusted to one’s care, often by an employee or executive of a company. Fraud: Intentionally deceiving another person or entity for financial gain,

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A Houston criminal defense attorney for theft and robbery offenses.

Theft Crimes

AGGRESSIVE DEFENSE FOR THEFT CRIMES Charges involving theft are very serious for several reasons. First, a conviction for theft can have devastating consequences on your permanent criminal record because they are considered “crimes of moral turpitude.” Theft crimes are viewed very negatively by employers, licensing boards, and government agencies performing background checks. Our firm will

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