San Antonio, TX asked in Criminal Law and Elder Law for Texas

Q: dad gave permission where bro & I reside to store Disable senior mom 3piece antique furniture stored in bro Rm.stolen

Inherited value $7000.Mom rechecked dad approval he loaned truck 4transport.saw it gone ask Dad-i was at wk not q&a gf,911 ins claim,not want addict gf only 1 hm in trouble.Not gone by itself @mom call 911incident report not owner

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Kiele Linroth Pace
Kiele Linroth Pace
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Austin, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Not clr on ur qustn? Plz provd addtl info w/o exces abbrev. Thx.

Mr. Shannon Willis Locke agrees with this answer

Mr. Shannon Willis Locke
Mr. Shannon Willis Locke
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • San Antonio, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Reading between the abbreviations it may be that you or a loved one is being accused of stealing something that was actually given to them. If this is the case you need an attorney who has experience dealing with this kind of situation, As a former white collar crime prosecutor and a defense attorney who has defended many people accused of theft, and theft from an elderly person, I know how to get your case resolved with the fewest consequences possible. Give us a call and we will set you up for a free consultation and you will leave with a strategy for resolving your case. Good luck.

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