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Theft & Burglary

While working in the Denton County prosecutor’s office for over 15 years, Paige was in court regularly. She was able to develop relationships with the other prosecutors and the judges in the courts and gained insight into how to effectively prepare and present successful arguments. She also served as a Felony Prosecutor in Tarrant & Jack / Wise Counties.

Theft & Burglary Defense Attorney

Denton | Cooke | Wise

Theft entails a broad range of crimes from physically stealing an item from a person or institution to electronically stealing goods or information. Regardless of the avenue or situation, theft crimes retain one main theme: taking something from another without their permission.

Theft crimes involve a complex interworking of criminal charges, penalties, and laws. The law office of Paige McCormick in Denton, TX is familiar with this labyrinth and has extensive experience defending those caught in its midst. She will rigorously fight on your behalf whether on the state or federal level and passionately protect your rights and innocence.

Types of Theft Crimes in Texas

Theft crimes take on my forms the most common of which are:

  • Robbery
  • Bank robbery
  • Burglary
  • Shoplifting
  • Identity theft
  • Online theft

Burglary Indictments in Texas

Burglary is a serious offense in Texas, which strictly defines the crime as any individual who enters a building or habitation without authorization with the intent to commit a crime such as a felony, theft or assault. It even extends to those who enter a building when it’s open to the public, but remain concealed to commit such an offense later. Burglary can incorporate other crimes as well like kidnapping or arson depending on what occurred during the incident.

Burglary involves a wide range of breaking and entering offenses with the intent to steal. You can be charged with burglary if you illegally entered the building even if nothing was removed. In fact, physically breaking and entering isn’t even necessary, gaining entry by fraud or confidence tactics also qualify. Basically unlawfully entering any physical structure, such as a car, boat, office, home, shed, storage unit or barn, can induce a burglary charge if you had the intent to steal.

Based on the circumstances of the crime, a burglary conviction may result in a felony, landing years of jail time and thousands of dollars in fines not to mention the lasting lifetime effects associated with a federal crime conviction. If you have been accused of any type of theft crime, seek out an experienced defense attorney who will aggressively fight on your behalf.

Paige McCormick understands the high stakes involved in theft crime convictions and recognizes what a conviction will mean to you. Call today for your free consultation. Our firm specializes in serving clients in the North Texas area.