Theft Related Crime Case Results | Houston Theft Lawyer James Sullivan


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Houston Criminal Attorney James Sullivan has represented more than 3,000 clients in criminal and juvenile courts in Harris and surrounding counties since 1994.  The cases listed in the graph below represent just the Theft crime related cases since January 2008.  A graph covering the cases represented over the past 20 years would be much lengthier.

James Sullivan attended the Trial Lawyers College founded by legendary lawyer Gerry Spence and was invited to join The National Trial Lawyers organization. Sullivan is Board Certified in Juvenile Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.  Sullivan is one of only 38 such certified lawyers in private practice in Texas.

Note: When a Grand Jury dismisses a felony complaint (by way of no bill), it means that the grand jury did not find probable cause and the accused can seek an expunction of the criminal record.  All felony cases dismissed by the grand jury were no billed after the grand jury reviewed an extensive defense packet prepared by Attorney James Sullivan.

Burglary, Theft, Forgery and Fraud Case Results

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Facing Theft Related Criminal or Juvenile Charges?

Contact James Sullivan, a Houston Criminal Lawyer, at (281) 546-6428 for a free consultation

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CRIMINAL OFFENSEACTUAL RESULTSCT #
TheftCASE DISMISSED (Client allegedly stole from her employer), Case # 19149956
Theft (2° Felony)CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT (Client was accused of stealing over $170,000 in property from his employer. Thorough investigation by defense counsel revealed serious discrepancies in company inventory records), Case # 1369319262nd
TheftCASE DISMISSED WITHOUT A TRIAL SETTING (Client was accused of stealing an I-Pad from a restaurant), Case # 18612387
Auto TheftCASE DISMISSED (Client was accused of stealing an acquaintance’s car)314
Theft (State Jail Felony) in Jefferson County (Beaumont)CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT with no restitution (Client was accused of stealing over $10,000 from his employer and allegedly signed a voluntary confession. Thorough investigation by defense counsel cast serious doubt on the State’s ability to prove their case at trial), Case # 08-02655District Court
TheftCASE DISMISSED (Client accused of shoplifting), Case # 17652594
TheftCASE DISMISSED (Client accused of stealing a cell phone at a party), Case # 18121304
Motion to Adjudicate Guilt (Theft)( State Jail Felony)PROBATION REVOKED AND SENTENCED TO TIME SERVED (100 days HCJ under §12.44a)(Client had a reasonable due diligence argument regarding failure of the police to arrest the defendant soon after the violation of probation), Case # 926980337th
Theft (State Jail Felony)CASE REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT and client received a deferred adjudication probation, Case # 1261476338th
Motion to Adjudicate Guilt (Theft)MADJ DISMISSED. Probation terminated without a conviction, Case # 12310973
Theft (State Jail Felony)REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT, Case # 1238796262nd
TheftCASE DISMISSED, Case # 155825013
Theft (State Jail Felony)REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT and client received deferred adjudication probation, Case # 1201179339th
Theft (State Jail Felony)CASE DISMISSED, Case # 1197048351st
Theft (State Jail Felony)REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR THEFT and client received deferred adjudication probation, Case # 1202504178th
TheftCASE DISMISSED, Case # 149153814
TheftCASE DISMISSED, Case # 99133488
TheftCASE DISMISSED315th

Contact James Sullivan & Associates for a confidential consultation at (281) 546-6428 about your theft charge in Harris County (Houston), Montgomery County (Conroe), Fort Bend County (Richmond), Brazoria County (Angleton), Galveston County (Galveston), Matagorda County (Bay City), Waller County (Hempstead), Washington County (Brenham), Liberty County (Liberty), Chambers County (Anahuac), Jefferson County (Beaumont) and throughout Texas.

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