Theft & Financial Crimes in Arizona
Theft and financial offenses are serious. In the state of Arizona, severe penalties can result from both seemingly minor offenses, like accidentally writing a bad check, to more significant charges, like forging a signature on a financial document.
When you face charges for theft and financial crimes, you need an experienced lawyer on your side.
Arizona Criminal Defense Lawyers: The Strategic Advocates You Need For Complex Criminal Cases
Here at Tait & Hall, our team of dedicated Arizona criminal defense attorneys handle a wide variety of cases involving theft and financial crimes:
Leveraging Decades Of Collective Experience To Defend You
At Tait & Hall, we understand the complexities associated with financial crimes, as well as the grave consequences that can result from a conviction. We leverage our decades of combined experience in representing clients across Arizona to benefit you.
Arizona Laws: Understanding Theft & Financial Crimes
At Tait & Hall, our team of defense lawyers will not only represent you with professionalism and tenacity, but we’ll also make sure you are well taken care of from day one. We know how difficult these cases can bem and we promise to always ensure you understand what’s going on with your case, that you’re listened to and respected, and that your lawyer is doing everything in their power to fight for the best possible outcome.
What are theft and financial crimes?
Forgery: Forgery involves falsely completing or knowingly altering a document with intent to defraud.
- Theft: Theft has a broad definition in Arizona, which can result in misdemeanor or felony charges.
- Organized retail theft: These charges often involve the intent to resell a stolen item elsewhere.
- Shoplifting: Charges for shoplifting can include changing the price of an item, concealing an item, and more.
- Money laundering: The act of money laundering involves the concealing of how money was earned or acquired.
- Writing bad checks: While writing a bad check can be an accidental offense, it can invoke serious penalties if convicted.
- White collar fraud offenses: Offenses involving white collar fraud can include theft from an employer, reselling stolen or fraudulently obtained items, organized crime, and more.
Should I hire a criminal defense lawyer for my case?
Charges for theft and financial offenses are complex. Further, in the state of Arizona, the various penalties for these crimes often depend on the specific offense, value of the goods stolen, intent behind the action, and more. No matter what your charges are, you will want a dedicated team of criminal defense lawyers by your side.
Here at Tait & Hall, we have several decades of combined experience. Throughout the years we have defended cases across numerous courts in Arizona. We are familiar with the prosecutors and judges throughout Arizona courts, which enables us to understand how the other side might approach your case.
A Criminal Defense Team led by Former Prosecutors
In addition to our incredible team of lawyers and staff, Tait & Hall’s criminal defense team includes former Maricopa County prosecutors. With these attorneys on our team, we’re able to utilize their knowledge and background to provide a distinct advantage to the cases of our clients. By understanding potential weaknesses in the case against you, we can enhance the strengths and opportunities in our defense strategy for you.
We know how criminal prosecutors think! We can anticipate their next moves, know what evidence will be compelling to them, and understand the strategies they employ. With Tait & Hall by your side, you will have a far greater advantage than other criminal defense firms can offer you.
Get A Skilled Arizona Criminal Defense Attorney Today
Convictions for theft and financial crimes in Arizona can invoke long-lasting consequences. Discuss your case with our legal team to learn how you can benefit from our thorough, aggressive representation in court.
Call our Phoenix office at (480) 405-6767 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.