Theft & Property Offenses in Fort Bend
Hard-Hitting Fort Bend Theft Crime Lawyer: John Venza, Jr.
My passion for criminal defense has involved taking very deliberate steps in gaining both experience and knowledge to become a criminal defense attorney. While serving as a law clerk, I co-authored articles on white collar theft. As a state prosecutor, I prosecuted multiple types of theft cases. That hands-on and academic experience enables me to give you a thorough and relentless theft defense.
Case Types I Can Defend
In working my way up to becoming the senior prosecutor of a felony District Court in the state of Texas, I prosecuted many theft and property cases. Even if you have been accused of something as minor as shoplifting, you need a lawyer for your case in Fort Bend County, Texas that will take your charges seriously. No matter what the accusation, you deserve to receive the right representation.
The types of charges I have defended include, but are not limited to:
- Auto theft
- Theft by check
- Welfare fraud
- Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle
- Criminal mischief
- Criminal trespass
- Burglary (of habitation or building)
"Ultimately he was able to get my case dismissed, to allow me and my family peace of mind. He's fantastic."- Frank Waters
"During the process he kept helped us understand the process and kept us up to date."- T Elaza
"John was clear and always helpful and answered all questions in a very timely matter."- Darryl Forbes
"Johnny did an excellent job representing me. He negotiated the most favorable outcome possible in my case."- Mark Ritter
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At the Law Office of John L. Venza Jr., I will thoroughly review the State's case against you, as I do with all my clients. Theft and property-related charges have serious consequences if you are convicted. Nobody wants to be labeled a thief for the rest of his or her life, and theft convictions can cause you to lose your current job and prevent you from obtaining a job in the future.
I defend all theft-related charges with the type of vigor and preparation you would expect from a former felony prosecutor. Dealing with these charges on your own can be intimidating and you will find you need an attorney for your theft case in Fort Bend County, Texas that is knowledgeable and confident. You can find the assistance you deserve when you contact my office.
Aggressive Negotiation and Litigation
My goal is to aggressively defend you and your rights with zeal while preparing your theft defense. I will work with prosecutors, some being my former peers, in negotiating the best possible outcome. However, if we cannot come to an agreeable plea bargain, I will force them to prove their case in trial. I recognize that not all clients require legal services during standard business hours. That is why I make myself available evenings and weekends. I serve clients in Sugar Land and the rest of Fort Bend County.
AvailableI make myself readily available to answer your questions and hear your concerns.
CommittedI am committed to my clients, providing a comprehensive and aggressive defense.
Extensive Record of SuccessMy firm has an extensive track record of success in criminal cases.
ExperienceI have five years of experience as a prosecutor for the State of Texas and over ten years of exclusive experience in criminal defense.