Theft & Property Crimes

Theft & Property Crimes Attorney – Brett A. Podolsky

Property crimes are defined as the unlawful appropriation of property with the intent of depriving the owner of the property. 

Property crimes, typically thefts but including other crimes, can be prosecuted as anything from a class C misdemeanor to a first-degree felony. It depends on the type of crime and whether anyone was injured or killed when the crime happened.

There are many different types of theft and property crimes. Below is a list of the ones most commonly charged:

Are you facing criminal charges for theft in the state of Texas? Allow attorney Brett Podolsky to help you navigate a complex legal system. He has a strong track record of defending his clients and getting the best results possible.

How Can Brett A. Podolsky Help?

Houston theft attorney Brett Podolsky is experienced and knowledgeable in defending all types of theft and property crimes. He can effectively evaluate his client’s case and will pursue the best course of action for his client and will fight for his clients to receive the most favorable outcome for their particular case.

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Are you or someone you know facing criminal charges? Contact attorney Brett Podolsky today for aggressive legal defense.

Houston criminal defense lawyer Brett A. Podolsky is a former prosecutor for the State of Texas. He uses his years of criminal trial experience and knowledge of the criminal laws to advise and defend people.

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