If you have been charged with theft or fraud, do not plead guilty to your charges before speaking with an experienced criminal defense attorney. A theft or fraud conviction of any kind is a serious matter that can result in criminal penalties and that could impact your future employment opportunities.
If you are facing theft or fraud charges in North Texas, contact criminal defense attorney Bruce Ashworth. He can provide a strong defense to these and other charges:
- Credit card theft and fraud
- Identity theft
- White collar crimes (embezzlement, mortgage fraud and others)
Bruce Ashworth is committed to providing each of his clients with quality legal representation and superior service. To schedule a free and confidential consultation with Bruce Ashworth, contact his law office in Arlington, Texas.
Put A Board Certified Criminal Attorney On Your Side
Bruce Ashworth has more than 30 years of criminal law experience. He is board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He is highly regarded in the legal community and has been selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service for the years 2004-2007, 2009-2013, and 2014-2015.
Bruce Ashworth has defended countless clients against theft and fraud charges. Let him put his knowledge of the law, the system, local courts and procedures to work for you.
Protect Your Rights
Early intervention could play a significant role in your case if you have been charged with a white collar crime or theft. If you have been arrested or believe you may have become the target of a criminal investigation, contact attorney Bruce Ashworth immediately to protect your rights.
Contact A Fort Worth Fraud Defense Attorney
From his office in Arlington, Bruce Ashworth serves clients throughout North Texas. To schedule a free consultation with Arlington theft defense attorney Bruce Ashworth, call 817-789-4717 or contact him by email.
**The Texas Super Lawyers List is a Thomson Reuters rating service, which Bruce Ashworth was selected the years 2004-2007, 2009-2013, and 2014-2015.