Kingman Theft Crimes Lawyer
Have You Been Charged with a Theft Crime?
Theft charges are taken seriously in the state of Arizona, and the penalties can be incredibly harsh. You need to know that prosecutors will pursue severe punishment if you are accused of a theft related crime. If convicted, your sentence will be influenced by the factors involved in your alleged offense, including such things as the value of the property stolen, whether force or fear was used in commission of the crime, and if you have any prior convictions on your criminal record.
Types of Theft
Theft crimes can include such offenses as:
- Auto theft
- Armed Robbery
- Credit Card Theft
- Identity Theft
The amount of experience your attorney has representing theft crimes defense cases may make the difference between you being sentenced to jail time or receiving a lesser sentence, such as probation and a fine. A seasoned attorney at our firm will fight to increase the possibility of a better outcome for your case.
Why choose us?
Once you have been convicted of theft, your criminal record can follow you for the rest of your life. You may even be denied employment because of this. If this is your first offense, or a minor offense, such as shoplifting, it is possible that an experienced attorney may be able to negotiate a lesser sentence, such as restitution, or possibly even dismissal of your case. Even if this is not your first offense, a firm that knows the Arizona legal system is vital to your strong defense.
Our team has over 80 years of collective legal experience, including a Superior Court judge with 20 years of experience who consults on criminal cases and represents criminal appeals. We represent misdemeanor and felony criminal cases at both the Federal and State Court levels.
Come talk with us. Our fees are reasonable, and we will do a cost vs. benefit analysis with you to help get a feel for what they will cover.
Contact an Attorney Today!
Cates & Garvey Law Group
Address: 4425 N 24th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
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