Non-Violent Crimes Success Starts with the Right Team

Non-Violent Crimes in Dallas

Representation for Your Non-Violent Offenses in Texas

Are you facing charges of a non-violent crime? Though it may not sound like serious consequences are associated, a non-violent crime can carry serious implications. With any crime, you need to retain the experience of a practiced lawyer. At Scott H. Palmer, P.C., we employ seasoned Dallas non-violent crime attorneys and hardworking support staff who come together to defend your rights and secure your future.

With a former felony prosecutor and Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization (Scott Palmer) on your side, you can trust that you will be well-represented and aggressively fought for.

Time is of the essence. Don't let your charges become convictions! Schedule a confidential consultation with a non-violent crime lawyer in Dallas today.

What are Non-Violent Crimes?

The definition of non-violent crimes is a crime that does not use force or cause injury to another person. The penalties for these types of crimes are generally evaluated by the amount of damage or loss the victim sustained as opposed to the seriousness of injury in violent criminal cases. These crimes usually damage the victim's property, but not the victim himself.

Examples of Non-Violent Crimes

Take a look at the types of non-violent crimes:

  • Majority of Property Crimes (such as larceny, theft, embezzlement)
  • White Collar Crimes (including fraud & tax crimes)
  • Drug Crimes
  • Alcohol-Related Crimes
  • Gambling
  • Bribery
  • Various Traffic Offenses (such as speeding)

What are the Penalties for Non-Violent Crimes?

Generally speaking, non-violent crimes are punishable by a fine or short jail sentence. The sentence will depend on the severity of the non-violent crime committed and the surrounding circumstances. If a typically non-violent crime was carried out with a gun or under threat of harm, the non-violent crime is elevated to the status of a violent crime. Both non-violent and violent crimes can carry serious penalties, though violent crimes are generally punished a little more severely, depending on the case.

Discuss Your Non-Violent Crime Case

With nearly 100 years of combined experience, we have handled criminal cases of every variety and would be glad to represent you on your matter. In that time, we have established ourselves as a hardworking law firm who is dedicated to the satisfaction and well-being of our clients. Don't leave your charges up to chance, be proactive and enlist the help of established, award-winning Dallas non-violent crime attorneys from Scott H. Palmer, P.C.

Get started on a case consultation by calling (214) 891-3382.

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