Shoplifting in Arizona is a very common crime. There are many different types of circumstances surrounding a shoplifting case that differentiate the type of crime one is charged with. Shoplifting is a serious crime in the State of Arizona. Mos shoplifting cases in Arizona involve the theft of merchandise valued from $300 and under.
Shoplifting charges can carry jail sentences of up to 6 months and with heavy fines, and possible probation requirements of up to 3 years. There is a threshold in which a case can possibly be reduced or dismissed depending on the circumstances surrounding the case. For example, if the stolen merchandise is valued over $1000, but less than $2000, this is typically classified as a class 6 felony shoplifting charges.
Arizona shoplifting and theft attorney Michael A. Urbano has handled many cases involving theft and shoplifting. Our goal in any shoplifting case is to attempt to fight for a dismissal or reduced fines and jail time. If some individuals qualify, there are diversion programs available to help reduce charges and possibly even allow the charge to be dismissed altogether.
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