Attorney James P. Sadler is experienced in the investigation and defense of theft and property crimes in Texas.  Theft is generally defined as the taking and carrying away of the property of another with the intent to permanently deprive the owner; however, theft does include computer-based and electronic crimes such as identity theft and credit card "skimming".


Pre-trial preparation is one of the keys to the successful defense of theft charges.  If a case is not suited for trial given the facts of the case and your decision not to proceed to trial, James P. Sadler will vigorously negotiate the best possible plea agreement for you. 

Theft crimes tend to have financial ramifications in the event that you suffer a conviction. Fines and restitution are often mandatory, and an experienced criminal attorney can guide and advise you from a financial perspective how to lessen the impact of these collateral consequences.


If you have been accused or charged with theft, seek the advice of counsel immediately!  To find out more about Attorney James P. Sadler's representation in theft cases, call our office at (325) 227-6738 for a confidential consultation. 

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