For Those Charged With a Crime
Sugar Land Theft Crime Attorney: Protecting Your Rights & Fighting for Your Freedom
In order to be convicted of robbery in Texas, the prosecution needs to prove that the defendant inflicted, or threatened to inflict, bodily harm upon another individual during the commission of a theft crime. This charge can be elevated to aggravated robbery if the victim of the crime was disabled or 65 years of age or older, or if the defendant exhibited or used a deadly weapon during the theft. Being convicted of either charge may result in exorbitant fines, revoked firearm privileges, and even extensive prison time.
At Capetillo Law Firm, I am the founder and managing attorney. I have a comprehensive understanding of Texas criminal law, and I can efficiently guide you throughout every stage of the criminal proceedings. I am highly effective in this practice area and can effectively protect your rights every step of the way. You can trust me to provide you with the high-quality representation you deserve.
How I Can Help You
Throughout the area, I am well-known for my personalized method of care as well as my ability to consistently achieve outstanding results on behalf of my clients. Regardless of the severity of the charges you are up against, I have the skills needed to relentlessly fight for your freedom and future.
Some of the possible defenses against robbery charges include:
- The victim did not fear death or bodily injury
- No bodily injury was inflicted
- Lack of knowledge
- Lack of intent
During a free consultation, I will take an in-depth look at your situation and help you determine your next best steps for moving forward. If you retain my services, I can get started on creating a strong case strategy for you right away.
Call (346) 420-4069 now and speak with a knowledgeable robbery lawyer in Sugar Land.