Crimes against Property

Crimes against property can be widespread in their definition and can range in severity from minor to severe. The penalties associated with criminal convictions of property crimes can also range in their severity, but they might include hefty financial obligations and might even possibly involve serving lengthy jail sentences. Depending on the amount of property taken and if any damage or injury occurs in the incident, crimes against property can have drastic effects on a person’s life if he or she is convicted of such a crime.

What These Crimes Are

There are many different crimes that are considered crimes against property in the state of Texas. Depending on which crime a person is accused of committing and the specific legal circumstances involved, that person could face a number of varying penalties if convicted. Property crimes in Texas include the following:

  • Theft
  • Burglary
  • Grand Theft Auto
  • Robbery
  • Armed Robbery
  • Bank Robbery
  • Identity Theft

Being accused of any one of these crimes might cause a person to face harsh legal penalties, should they be convicted. The state of Texas often punishes property-related crimes harshly, both in an effort to punish an individual and also to deter future property crimes.

Contact Us

Facing criminal charges regarding property is a daunting experience, but the attorneys of Alexander & Associates believe that no defendant should have to face these charges alone. Call us today at (972) 420-6560 to learn about how we can help you defend yourself against these charges and possibly reduce or even eliminate any associated penalties with a conviction.