The Woodlands Property Crime Lawyers
Serving Clients in Montgomery County, Magnolia, Willis & Spring
In 2016, more than 30,000 arrests were made in Texas among juveniles and adults for the aforementioned crimes. The penalties ranged with each federal and state charge, and depending on the severity of the offense.
If you believe you are under investigation for a property crime, you should hire a criminal defense lawyer with a successful track record of challenging such cases. Attorney Morgan Bourque is one of Texas’ leading property crime lawyers, and can craft an effective defense.
As a former prosecutor, our The Woodlands property crime attorney tried hundreds of property crimes. He has established a record of successful defenses in state and federal courts. In the face of dire odds, our legal team at Morgan Bourque Attorney at Law represents each client with the same passion and zeal, often to favorable outcomes.
Charged with a property crime? Call (713) 535-9711 today for experienced and knowledgeable legal defense.
Property Crimes in Texas
Property crime is committed when there is destruction, a reduction in value or a loss of a particular property. While theft, burglaries and criminal trespasses are the most common forms of property crimes, there are others as well that carry a range of penalties – from heavy fines to jail time.
Common types of property crimes in Texas include:
In 2016, more than 30,000 arrests were made in Texas among juveniles and adults for the aforementioned crimes. The penalties ranged with each federal and state charge, and depending on the severity of the offense. Police are doing all they can to prevent property crimes, and if arrested, may look to make an example of you or your child.
Let Us Fight for Your Freedom Today
Our firm understands good people can sometimes make mistakes and be subject to serious criminal charges. With more than five decades of combined experience, we can investigate your case, gather evidence, and build a strong and aggressive defense strategy to help you avoid serious criminal penalties.
Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.