5 examples of criminal mischief laws in texas

5 Examples of Criminal Mischief Laws in Texas

May 24, 2017

Under Texas law, criminal mischief is a crime in which vandalism or damage to someone else’s property occurs. Often, what’s considered criminal mischief is thought to be “unfair.” It’s possible to find yourself in serious legal trouble if you destroy another person’s property or vehicle in anger, even if you’re related to him or her.

A single mistake can leave you or someone you love with a criminal record that’s difficult to explain to a school, client, or employer. A criminal mischief conviction can keep an employer from giving you a good job or prevent a college or university from accepting you. One unfortunate criminal conviction occurrence could haunt you for the rest of your life. Luckily, an experienced lawyer can help.

Are you being charged with conducting criminal mischief in the greater Houston area? It is important to have strong legal representation. Contact The Law Office of Brett A. Podolsky today to get the help you need.