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One purpose of the criminal justice system in Texas is to protect a person's property. The way property crimes are classified depends on the nature of the offense, the property involved, and the amount of loss or destruction. The most common examples of property crimes prosecuted in Bexar County, TX, include:
Property Crimes Complaint Packet in San Antonio - Find the Criminal Complaint Packet in SAPD FORM (111-SC1A, Rev. 11/93) used for property crimes that are being investigated the Property Crime Unit of the San Antonio Police Department. The forms must be completed before Formal Criminal Charges can be filed so that an accurate assessment of this case can be made. The Complainant or Witness Information Form must be attached for each witness that can offer relevant testimony in this matter. After the packet is returned to the Property Crimes Unit of the San Antonio Police Department, a Property Crimes Detective in San Antonio, TX, will review the packet and conduct a consultation with the complaining witnesses. The documents can then be sent to the Bexar County Grand Jury and the Bexar County District Attorney's Office.
Texas Crime Analysis for Property Crimes - Find crime statistics measured by crime volume and crimes rates when compared to the size of the population in Texas who are affected by the offense. Texas crime rates are generally expressed as the number of crimes per 100,000 residents. The statistics for property crimes include offenses related to burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. The statistics include information on the stolen property value and type.
In a property crime case, your attorney can review contracts, invoices, reports, documents and other paperwork that has a bearing on the defense of the case. Our attorneys are experienced in representing clients in a variety of property crimes being investigated or prosecuted in San Antonio, Bexar County, and the surrounding areas.
If you are charged with any type of property crime in San Antonio or Bexar County, TX, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Goldstein, Goldstein, Hilley & Orr. Contact us to discuss the charges pending against you, the typical penalties that can result from that kind of charge, and the best way to fight the case for an outright dismissal.
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This article was last updated on Friday, November 22, 2017.