Houston Criminal Lawyer James Sullivan
Harris County criminal lawyer James Sullivan represents and fights for those who have lost their way in life. So many people have been misled by culture, media and advertising that happiness can only be obtained by buying stuff and surrounding themselves by meaningless materialism. They live above their means and go into debt that they cannot hope to ever repay. Their mindless quest for happiness ends in increased stress, anxiety and even divorce. Others steal and swindle to get their stuff.
Sullivan defends those who have fallen short of perfection from the wrath of those who believe they have attained it.
Houston and Harris county criminal defense attorney James Sullivan often represents adults and juveniles on theft related offenses. Last week, he represented two different juveniles in JP court on class C theft cases for shoplifting less than $50 worth of items from stores. Last year, he represented a woman who took advantage of her position as an accountant to embezzle over $150,000 from her employer. This year, he represented a man who stole over $90,000. No matter the amount of the theft, a conviction for theft can ruin your life and negatively affect you for a lifetime.
It is better to be a child of God than king of the whole world. ~St. Aloysius Gonzaga, Italian Jesuit, 16th century
Attorney James Sullivan works to resolve theft cases so that a person can later get their criminal record expunged or sealed (non-disclosure) to the public.
If you need a Houston criminal lawyer to represent you, call James Sullivan at 281-546-6428.
HOUSTON, TEXAS & HARRIS COUNTY CRIMINAL LAWYERS
Serving Houston, Cypress, Sugar Land, Clear Lake, Pasadena, La Porte, Missouri City, Friendswood, Richmond, Hempstead, Humble, Tomball, Bellaire, Deer Park, Katy and other communities in Harris County, Fort Bend County, and Waller County.
Our Houston criminal lawyers defend clients charged with crimes in district courts and county criminal courts, including domestic violence (assault of a family member), drug possession or drug delivery, violent crimes, and juvenile delinquency.