The type of theft does not matter; even if the value of your theft is of a misdemeanor amount, it can be enhanced to a felony. Moreover, some thefts are felonies regardless of the value of the item (or service).
You need to hire a criminal defense attorney in your area ASAP. The fact you are a convicted felon, makes this newest charge more dangerous, especially if you are concurrently on probation or parole. I don't practice in TX, so I'll defer to the other avvo lawyers here that may respond and defer to them.
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It is your prior criminal history, not the type of theft that is going to be the problem. Experienced defense counsel is going to be essential.Ask a similar question
They can enhance it with any type of theft convictions. Your attorney will review the enhancements to make sure they are valid.
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