If you took something from someone else or a place of business—even a relatively inexpensive item—you can be convicted of theft in Texas. Find out more about the serious consequences you may face and what you can do when confronted with your new reality.

Even the most minor theft charge can have serious consequences, which can result in a Class C misdemeanor. If you are convicted of a Class C theft, not only will you receive a ticket but you will be kept from voting and serving on a jury. Additionally, this type of theft charge could have an effect on your employment. To keep this type of charge off your record so that you don’t have employment issues in the future, you should contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately.

If you have been arrested for theft in Waco, contact Law Office of Walter Reaves to find out how he can help you. Criminal defense attorney Walter Reaves will defend even the most minor theft charge. Call today about your case at 254-296-0020 or contact us online at

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Criminal Defense Attorney Walter Reaves has been practicing law for over 35 years.