Tucson Theft Crime Attorneys
Robbery, Shoplifting, Larceny and Burglary Defenses
Nesci & St. Louis, PLLC is an outstanding criminal defense firm in Tucson, Arizona. Our hard-hitting Tucson theft crime attorneys have more than 80 years of combined experience representing clients charged with all levels of theft charges — from misdemeanor shoplifting to felony armed robbery.
If you have been charged with a theft crime, do not delay in exercising your Constitutional rights to obtain effective counsel. We protect your interests from the investigation stage through trial.
Call today to schedule a consultation with our law firm.
Arizona Property Crime Laws
Title 13 of the Arizona Revised Statutes contains the state’s criminal code. Relevant theft laws include:
- Chapter 15 — Burglary
- Chapter 18 — Theft, shoplifting and issuing bad checks
- Chapter 19 — Robbery
- Chapter 20 — Forgery
- Chapter 21 — Credit card fraud
- Chapter 22 — Business and commercial frauds
Felony versus Misdemeanor Convictions
Some nonviolent thefts are at the cusp of a felony charge. Arrests for shoplifting and bounced checks may barely exceed the misdemeanor value threshold, but the consequences of a felony conviction are enormous.
A felony conviction generally results in a longer jail sentence, higher fines and long-term repercussions to voting privileges, immigration status and gun ownership rights. Furthermore, a felony theft conviction can seriously restrict your employment opportunities. Nesci & St. Louis, PLLC considers it a priority to avoid or minimize incarceration and to reduce charges from a felony to a misdemeanor.
Understanding Armed Robbery and Burglary
A conviction for armed robbery or burglary in the second or third degree may result in a lengthy prison sentence. Sometimes these crimes are committed out of desperation and a lengthy prison term only perpetuate a vicious cycle.
Our Tucson property crime lawyers are your staunch defenders, demanding fairness in the criminal courts and taking decisive action to put you in the best position possible.
To learn more about fighting property crime charges, call Nesci & St. Louis today at (520) 999-2441 to schedule your free initial consultation.