Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Wayne Goralski
An experienced criminal lawyer fighting for your rights
If you have been charged with Theft in Texas, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side. If you want justice, then you will have to fight for it and present your case in the best possible light. The other side wants to win, if you have been arrested and charged with embezzlement in Texas, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side. As a criminal defense lawyer Wayne Goralski understands how to deconstruct a criminal case, and build your defense case, so that you can assert the best criminal defense.
Attorney Wayne Goralski will fight to defend the rights of his clients. He has built his reputation on getting results. He is intimately familiar with all facets of the Texas criminal justice system, and has the criminal defense knowledge and skill to make sure you understand your legal options and to guide you through the criminal legal process.
A person of accused of embezzlement is accused in essence of the misappropriation of property or money that they had care, custody or control over. The charges in state court will come from the Texas Penal Code, Title 7, Chapter 31, Theft Statute.
Defenses to Embezzlement Charges
- Mistake (i.e. the defendant did not intend to alter company records to conceal income, but rather made an honest mistake,which lead to the apparent concealment).
- Lack of intent to deprive the owner of the property.
- Consent was given by the owner of the property.
Don’t delay. Contact the Law Office of Wayne Goralski today.
When you have been charged with an embezzlement crime, choose a based in Houston criminal defense attorney with the experience and dedication to make a difference. Call 832-834-4656 or contact the office online to schedule your free initial consultation regarding your criminal case. Hire a criminal lawyer with offices conveniently located in Houston, Texas. Mr. Wayne Goralski is a Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer who stands ready to represent you in your criminal matter.