Serious Theft Crimes in Collin County & Denton County, TX
Knowledgeable Frisco Criminal Defense Lawyer
Are you facing charges of theft? It is imperative that you act quickly to protect your rights by hiring a Frisco theft crimes attorney to defend you. Although you may believe that a court appointed attorney will be effective in representing your case, it is important that you choose the most competent legal representative to stand by your side. Your lawyer is responsible for helping you put together an effective strategy and telling your story in court, presenting an entire, cohesive picture. Scott Edgett from the Law Offices of Scott Edgett is dedicated to providing you with compassionate legal representation throughout the entire legal process.
He is experienced in handling a wide range of theft cases, such as:
- Identity theft
- Armed robbery
- Credit card theft
- Auto theft
Building an Intelligent, Successful Defense
In the case of theft crime charges, his goal is to gather the necessary evidence to reduce charges, lessen your sentence, or get the case dismissed. He does this with thorough investigations, personalized attention, and great attention to detail. Scott Edgett is committed to taking your wishes into consideration and seeing that your rights are protected aggressively. He takes the time to explain your options and your rights, keeping you informed throughout the proceedings.
Request a Complimentary Case Consultation!
Scott Edgett offers free initial case consultations to every client in order to get an understanding of your unique situation. He truly cares about having an opportunity to provide you with quality representation and working towards a desirable outcome. A case evaluation gives him the information he needs to provide you with an honest evaluation.
Contact him today at (214) 305-8411 to make an appointment with Scott Edgett, Frisco theft crime attorney!
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