AGGRESSIVE, AFFORDABLE ARIZONA FELONY THEFT LAWYER 24/7
If you've been charged with felony theft, you need the help of a seasoned attorney – and you need that help now. In Arizona, Felony Theft is a serious crime and one that will stay on your record for a lifetime. A conviction has severe financial implications, not only because you will hard time ever getting another job, but also because you may be liable for significant fines and restitution.
Types of Arizona Felony Theft Charges
In Arizona, Felony Theft charges can be brought when the value of the stolen property is more than $1,000, if a firearm was taken, or if an animal was taken for the purpose of animal fighting. Felony Theft can be categorized as a class 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 felony, depending on the value of the property alleged to have been taken. At the upper end is property valued at more than $25,000. If convicted of that class 2 felony, you could face up to 12-1/2 years in prison. That can bounce up to 35 years in prison if you've had two prior convictions. At the lower end of the spectrum, property or services with a value between $1,000 and $2,000 can bring up to two years in prison – or 5.75 years with two prior offenses.
BEATING A Felony Theft CHARGE IN Arizona OR SURROUNDING CITIES
There are many ways to win a Felony Theft case in Arizona, as well as ways to get the charges reduced and penalties minimized. Some of the most common defenses Paul Ramos uses are:
- Asserting the belief that you were entitled to the property
- Declaring that you accidentally took the property
- Claiming you are innocent of the charges
- Proposing that the police arrested the wrong person
- Maintaining that you didn't have criminal intent
- Creating the impression that you were falsely accused by someone holding a grudge
Paul Ramos Gets Arizona Felony Theft Charges Dropped & Reduced
If you've been accused of Felony Theft, the time to act is NOW. You need an attorney by your side – but not just any attorney. Paul Ramos has been fighting and winning Felony Theft cases for nearly 30 years.
We have a solid track record of getting Felony Theft charges dismissed in Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, and cities and towns across Arizona. We're standing by, ready to help you navigate Arizona's complex criminal justice system.
Call us. We'll deliver the aggressive defense you deserve and fight to prevent you from having a conviction haunt you for the rest of your life.
If you've been arrested for Felony Theft in Arizona, call Felony Theft lawyer Paul Ramos at (480) 247-8558 for a free, confidential case evaluation.
le=”text-align: center;”>AGGRESSIVE, AFFORDABLE ARIZONA LAWYER 24/7 FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT AND BATTERY CHARGES
If you or a loved one has been arrested on sexual assault and battery charges, every minute counts. Sex crimes carry an enormous stigma, and a conviction can impact every minute of the rest of your life. In addition to lengthy prison sentences, a sexual assault conviction can require inclusion in the Arizona Sex Offender Registry. If that happens, your name will be available online, neighbors can be notified, and you'll be subjected to the kind of scrutiny and judgment no one wants. You need the help of an expert – the sooner, the better.
Types of Arizona Sexual Assault and Battery Charges
In Arizona, sexual assault and battery involve intercourse or oral sexual contact without consent. A lack of consent is charged when the person was impaired because of drugs, alcohol, developmental disability, psychological disorder, and the impairment should have been known by the accused. Consent also comes into play if the person is deceived regarding the nature of the sexual act or is deceived into thinking that the accused is the person's spouse. Aggravated sexual assault and battery charges can be filed if a “date rape” drug was involved or if the accused is charged with causing serious physical injury.
In Arizona, sexual assault is a class 2 felony, carrying a penalty of up to 14 years in prison. Aggravated circumstances can add three more years. A second conviction can add up to seven years in prison, and a third conviction can lead to doubling the 14-year sentence.
Beating a Sexual Assault and Battery Charge in Arizona or Surrounding Cities
There are many ways to win a sexual assault and battery case in Arizona, as well as ways to get the charges reduced and penalties minimized. Some of the most common defenses Paul Ramos uses are:
- Charging that someone motivated to harm you have falsely accused you
- Arguing that the sex was consensual
- Positing that you had every reason to believe that the sex was consensual
- Pointing out the lack of physical evidence
- Challenging the prosecution because there were no eyewitnesses
- Arguing that an eyewitness account produced a mistaken identification
Paul Ramos Gets Arizona Sexual Assault and Battery Charges Dropped & Reduced
If you've been accused of sexual assault and battery, the time to act is NOW. You need an attorney by your side – but not just any attorney. Paul Ramos has been fighting and winning sexual assault and battery cases for 23 years.
We have a solid track record of getting sexual assault and battery charges dismissed in Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, and cities and towns across Arizona. We're standing by, ready to help you navigate Arizona's complex criminal justice system.
Call us. We'll deliver the aggressive defense you deserve and fight to prevent you from being convicted of a crime that will turn your life upside down.