Phoenix Property Crimes Defense Attorney
The most common types of property crimes charged in Arizona include theft, burglary, trespass, robbery, arson and criminal damage offenses which can be either misdemeanors or felonies depending on the value of the property alleged to be stolen or damaged or the location trespassed upon. Conviction of these types of offenses can carry immediate and long term consequences for a person such as inability to obtain or keep certain types of jobs or employment and even driver license consequences if the offense is a felony involving a vehicle. If you are facing allegations of having committed:
- Reckless burning
- Arson of a structure
- Arson of an occupied structure
- Misdemeanor theft
- Unlawful Use of Means of Transportation
- Theft of Means of Transportation
- Unlawful Failure to Return Rented or Leased Property
- Issuing a Bad Check
- Aggravated Robbery
- Armed Robbery
- Possession of a Forgery Device
- Taking the Identity of Another
- Credit Card Fraud
You will want to have an experienced, aggressive attorney on your side. Because there are different levels or degrees to most property crimes, you will want to know that your best interests are being guarded and protected by an attorney with experience negotiating charges to lesser offenses. As an Arizona Criminal Defense attorney with over 17 years of experience in litigating and negotiating cases, I focus on my client's individual circumstances and the best course of action given my client's situation and the facts of his/her case.
Attorney Knowledgeable in Search and Seizure Law
Many times the evidence the government has obtained that is necessary to prosecute you with a property crime was obtained as a result of a search warrant, a search of your house, a search of your vehicle or a search of your person. Accordingly, you want to ensure your Fourth Amendment Rights have not been violated by the government's search and seizure of your person or search and seizure of your property. As a criminal law specialist, I have demonstrated expertise in all areas of Criminal Law, including Search and Seizure Law.
Contact Aggressive Property Crimes Lawyer
Email Attorney Rachelle S. Ferraro or contact her office by telephone at (602) 795-0770 to schedule a free in-office consultation to discuss your case, your goals and to devise a course of action for a plan to proceed that has your best interests in mind.