Houston Arson Lawyer
Aggressive Property Crimes Defense — R. Todd Bennett
Similar to theft crimes, property crimes can run the gamut from vandalism and tagging (graffiti) to arson. Charges filed will depend on the nature and value of the property damage. If you are charged with a property crime in Texas, you are facing serious consequences that can permanently affect every aspect of your life, from your reputation to your freedom. Hiring the right criminal lawyer can make a difference in how your case is handled and in how it is resolved.
If you are looking for a well-qualified criminal defense lawyer to handle your arson, criminal mischief or property crimes case, find an attorney who has experience as a former prosecutor, who is board-certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and who is listed in Best Lawyers in America.* Through my years of practice, I have achieved these awards and distinctions, among many others.
I understand that when you come to me following an arrest, you may be vulnerable and even desperate to protect your future. I work hard to achieve the best result for each client — I want to win for each client, but I also want to win for myself. Contact my law office
Houston and Conroe Criminal Mischief Attorney and Arson Lawyer
The Texas property crimes statute focuses on two types of property offenses — arson (starting a fire or causing an explosion with the intent to destroy the property) and criminal mischief (intentionally or knowingly destroying someone else's property). However, theft offenses are also often considered property-related offenses. I represent clients who are facing charges related to all types of criminal mischief and property crimes:
- Tampering with someone else's property
- Attempted arson
- Armed robbery
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If you face charges for arson, criminal mischief or other property crime in Texas, contact me, Houston criminal defense lawyer R. Todd Bennett, for a free initial consultation about your case.
*Best Lawyers in America is one of the most respected peer review publications in the legal profession.