Theft by Check Defense

Our Criminal Defense Case Results

Man writing a checkTHEFT BY CHECK [Multiple counts.]
Case No. 1658224 – Carlos V.
DISMISSED
Carlos was accused of perpetrating a continuing scheme of theft of merchandise from several high-dollar stores by writing non-sufficient funds checks. After much banking red-tape and documentation we were able compile sufficient verification of our client’s statement that his checkbook had been stolen and his signatures forged on many checks during a spending spree to high-dollar stores like Gander Mountain, McCoys and others.
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Case No. 1406412 – Earl B.
DISMISSED
Our client was arrested for insufficient checks written several years ago. He had given someone else money to pay them; this third party did not, and our client was unaware of it. Our client’s main concern was the possibility of jail time given that he had a prior probation for a prior Theft charge.
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Case No. 1385242 – Heather D.
DISMISSED
Our client was a manager. She inadvertently closed a checking account before a check had cleared; Mr. Haggard instructed her on what needed to be done and was able to prove lack of intent to commit a theft.
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Case Nos. 1296081 and 1298250 – Shannon T.
BOTH CASES DISMISSED
Our client was an executive at a major Houston corporation who bounced several checks due to the unfortunate convergence of several circumstances: 2 moves, a bankruptcy and a divorce, after which her ex-husband made withdrawals on her account without her knowledge.
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Case No. 1262355 – John O.
DISMISSED
Anyone can bounce a check. In this case, our client was a CPA who bounced a check due to the closing of his bank account at the time he moved to Houston. Using his knowledge of the D.A.’s office, Mr. Haggard advised our client what he needed to do, and what documentation he needed to provide us with to help him in his defense. Our client followed Mr. Haggard’s instructions to the letter and Mr. Haggard got his case dismissed.
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Case No. [Expunged by Mr. Haggard.] – Christi C.
DISMISSED BY FIRST COURT APPEARANCE
Our client followed Mr. Haggard’s advice on what to do, based on his knowledge of the DA’s office. Then Mr. Haggard went to work and was able to get the case dismissed on the first setting.

I was very satisfied with his representation. He got my case dismissed after our first appearance in Court and he will get my case expunged. I appreciate the fact that his fees are more than reasonable.

THEFT BY CHECK
Case No. 1096522 – Adrianna M.
DISMISSED
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]
THEFT BY CHECK
Case No. 1087797 – LaTresha T.
DISMISSED WHILE DEFENDANT ON PROBATION FOR FRAUD
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]
THEFT BY CHECK
Case No.1030132 – Yolanda T.
DISMISSED
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]
THEFT BY CHECK
Case No. 9825738 – Stacy S.
DISMISSED
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]
THEFT BY CHECK
Case No.9825276 – Stacy S.
DISMISSED
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]
THEFT BY CHECK
Case No. 9822453 – Raymond S.
DISMISSED
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]
THEFT BY CHECK
Case No. 9743730 – Rebecca K.
DISMISSED
[Due to its age, this Case History is no longer archived; our in-house case synopsis and details of our defense are no longer available.]