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Houston Embezzlement Attorney

If you face criminal charges of theft or embezzlement, it is time to seek the defense counsel of The Law Offices of Richard Kuniansky. I am a board-certified criminal defense attorney serving Houston, Harris County and the Gulf Coast region.

My firm is rare because my practice is devoted almost exclusively to federal fraud cases. In me, you have a lawyer who truly understands the details and nuance of the charges against you. I have handled numerous cases involving the alleged theft or embezzlement of millions of dollars.

What To Know About Theft And Embezzlement

Theft and embezzlement are both considered white collar crimes. Their definitions vary slightly:

  • Theft: The misappropriation of assets for personal gain.
  • Embezzlement: Someone in a position of trust such as an employee misappropriating assets for personal gain.

Both offenses frequently coincide with other white collar crimes such as wire fraud or money laundering. Due to the harsh nature of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, a conviction for a seemingly minor offense can result in years of prison time.

Why Hire A Board-Certified Defense Attorney?

The Texas Board of Legal Specialization has certified me in criminal law. Fewer than 1% of all attorneys in the state are board-certified in criminal law. It is a testament to my commitment to learning every detail I can about the law so I can provide excellent defense services to my clients.

Protect Your Rights – Contact Me Today

At The Law Offices of Richard Kuniansky, I am the reputable attorney to protect your rights against federal criminal charges in Houston. Call my law office at 713-491-6717 or send me an email today to schedule an initial consultation about my services.

Embezzlement Cases Handled:

  • Represented a woman who was an employee of a service that provided cash to ATMs. They had a vault with bags containing millions of dollars of cash. Several bags containing $400,000 in cash were missing from the vault. Although the company records showed she was the only one with access to the vault at the time, I was able to establish the company records were not trustworthy, and she was acquitted of embezzlement.



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