The Term 'Theft Crimes' Encompasses Many Criminal Offenses

Ball & Hase, an established and respected criminal law firm in Arlington, is a valuable resource for you if you are under investigation, have been accused, have been arrested or have been charged with any type of theft crime such as:

  • Shoplifting
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Forgery or writing bad checks
  • Stealing on the job
  • Aiding and abetting theft
  • A white collar crime
  • Embezzlement
  • Identify theft
  • Credit card fraud
  • Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information

Clients come to us from throughout the Fort Worth area and beyond. Let us know of your criminal charges or investigation and your concerns when you call to schedule a consultation. We will do our best to provide the information and guidance that you need. As former prosecutors and career defense attorneys focusing solely on criminal law, we can offer reassurance that your case is in good hands.

Ball & Hase Has A Strong Track Record Representing People Charged With Crimes Involving Theft

Throughout our three decades of experience, we have helped many clients charged with theft crimes obtain favorable outcomes. We know how important it is for you to avoid a criminal record if possible. A misdemeanor or felony on your record would likely limit your job prospects and the chance to fulfill other life goals. Preventing a criminal record is the top priority.

Special Considerations For Immigrants, Professionals And Juveniles

Many theft crimes are also termed "crimes involving moral turpitude." This term has significant meaning with regard to immigration issues and professional licensing.

A conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude can be devastating to a career or remaining in the United States for foreign nationals. Watching out for such complications is all part of what we do for clients we represent in theft cases.

If the accused in a theft case is a juvenile, we will seek to keep the case in juvenile court rather than adult court.

Contact Us Sooner Rather Than Later

The earlier you contact us, the more options you may have to emerge with a clean record intact. For example, if you have been accused of stealing from your employer, but have not been charged with a crime yet, you may be able to resolve the case through restitution and community service. Even if you have been arrested, we can help you pursue probation instead of jail time or otherwise improve your chances of putting the theft crime case behind you.

Schedule a consultation with a Texas lawyer by calling Ball & Hase at 817-412-7449 or sending an email inquiry. We pledge to respond promptly.