Frank Bryan – Theft Attorney in Austin Texas.
A conviction for any degree of theft offense is considered a crime of “moral turpitude”. A theft conviction or probation-including deferred adjudication probation-can substantially limit employment opportunities. A theft case, or any other type of case, that results in deferred adjudication probation is ultimately posted on the Texas Department of Public Safety conviction database and is accessible to the general public. DPS then sells that information to many different third party companies that operate subscription websites online. If you are charged with any theft offense, it is very important to do everything possible to avoid a disposition that results in a conviction, regular probation, or deferred adjudication probation.
As a misdemeanor prosecutor, a felony prosecutor, a District Judge, and criminal defense attorney, Frank Bryan has been handling theft cases for the past twenty-five years.
If you need to hire an experienced, knowledgeable criminal defense attorney, please call Frank Bryan at 512.322.9977.