Theft and White Collar Crimes
Charged with an offense involving theft? Call us, we can help.
Theft can include shoplifting, embezzlement, burglary, forgery, fraud, identity theft, passing bad checks, credit card abuse, possession of stolen property, and robbery, among others.
Theft has been characterized by the Texas Penal Code as a “crime of moral turpitude”. As a result, a theft conviction can taint a person’s credibility for the rest of their life. Theft convictions can cause a civilian to lose their job, lose their lease, and lose their standing in the community.
The term White Collar Crime has been used to describe non-violent theft offenses that involve types of fraud, identity theft, and embezzlement, committed by professionals in the business sector. These allegations can include complex schemes that require effective representation experienced in the area of forensic accounting. We can help.
Loper Law has obtained favorable results for those charged with:
- Employee Theft
- Misapplication of Fiduciary Property
- Welfare Fraud
- Social Security Fraud
- Medicare Fraud
- Theft From Person
You need an attorney experienced in protecting the rights of those citizens investigated and charged for the above offenses. Let us help you.