Theft Crimes


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Tulsa Theft Crimes Lawyer

If you or a loved one is under investigation or has been charged with a theft crime, an experienced Tulsa theft crimes attorney at the Henson Law Firm, PLLC can fight for your rights and defend you or your loved one against the charges. Whether the charges are misdemeanors or felonies, Oklahoma theft crimes are serious offenses that are vigorously prosecuted to the fullest extent of Oklahoma criminal law, and the penalties imposed are harsh. It is important to mount an aggressive defense to the charges, as your rights and your freedom are at stake. A theft crime conviction could lead to years in prison, high fines, court costs, community service, supervised probation, and restitution to the alleged victim. Further, the mere allegation of a theft crime, to say nothing of a conviction on your record, is extremely damaging to your reputation and can make it difficult to find or retain a job. It is important that you retain a Tulsa Oklahoma theft crimes lawyer who will provide you with aggressive criminal representation in order to immensely increase the chances of successfully resolving your case.

Oklahoma Theft Crimes

If you or a loved one is accused of theft charges in Oklahoma, you need an aggressive defense to secure a favorable outcome. Oklahoma theft charges are described as taking or using the property of another person or of a company without permission. Theft charges can also be filed against a person for receiving or accepting property that they know or should reasonably know is stolen. Tulsa theft crimes lawyer Rob V. Henson has considerable experience in this area of Oklahoma criminal defense, and has successfully fought for clients facing the following theft crimes:

Automobile Theft

Burglary

Bogus Check

Copper Theft

Credit Card Fraud

Embezzlement

Extortion

False Declaration in Pawn

Forgery/Fraud

Grand Larceny

Identity Theft/False Personation

Knowingly Concealing Stolen Property

Obtaining Property by False Pretenses

Petty Larceny

Robbery

Shoplifting


Aggressive Theft Crime Defense in Tulsa, Oklahoma

There are few things more frightening than dealing with the legal system. When facing theft crime charges, your career, your future, and your freedom are all on the line. The best way to protect yourself or your loved one is to hire an experienced Tulsa theft crimes defense lawyer like Rob V. Henson to aggressively fight for your rights from your first appearance in court through a jury trial. Mr. Henson will investigate your case, stand up to the prosecution, and defend you against the allegations. Helping you avoid the consequences of a theft crime conviction is Mr. Henson’s top priority!

The HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC represents clients throughout Oklahoma in communities such as Tulsa, Bixby, Bartlesville, Bristow, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Collinsville, Glenpool, Jenks, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Owasso, Pawhuska, Pawnee, Pryor, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Stillwater, and Wagoner.

Tulsa County • Creek County • Mayes County • Muskogee County • Okmulgee County • Osage County • Pawnee County • Payne County• Rogers County • Wagoner County • Washington County

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DISCLAIMER : The information contained in this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC and Rob V. Henson provide legal advice and representation ONLY after an attorney client relationship is established by retaining the HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC with an agreed upon fee and signing a written contract provided by the firm. No other method or methods can be used to establish an attorney client relationship with the HENSON LAW FIRM, PLLC and/or Rob V. Henson. The firm's attorneys are licensed to practice law only in Oklahoma and do not know about the laws of other states, and therefore do not give legal advice about the laws of any state other than Oklahoma. Every case is different and any description of a case resolution or positive case outcome is not meant to be a guarantee of success. If you are charged with a crime or have a legal problem, you should seek legal counsel and discuss your specific problems with an attorney.