Theft Charges in Arizona

What Constitutes Theft in Arizona (13-1802)

Theft charges in Arizona are prosecuted aggressively throughout the state and understanding your rights could make a significant difference in defending your case.

If you are charged with theft, the level of offense and penalties depend of the value of the property taken:

  • Class 2 Felony if value is greater than $25,000
  • Class 3 Felony if value is $4,000 to $25,000
  • Class 4 Felony if value is $3,000 to $4,000
  • Class 5 Felony if value is $2,000 to $3,000
  • Class 6 Felony if value is $1,000 to $2,000
  • Class 1 Misdemeanor if value is under $1,000

It is important for you to have experienced aggressive representation at all stages of your case. At Corso Law Group, our attorneys are former prosecutors that understand how to fight all types of Theft cases. We will protect your rights, explore all possible defenses and treat you with respect.

Corso Law Group Gets Results*

REDUCED – Organized Retail Theft – Maricopa County Superior Court

REDUCED – Burglary (Third Degree) – Maricopa County Superior Court

REDUCED – Burglary (Third Degree) – Maricopa County Superior Court

DISMISSED – Burglary (Third Degree) – Maricopa County Superior Court

DISMISSED – Possession of Burglary Tools – Maricopa County Superior Court

DISMISSED – Possession of Burglary Tools – Maricopa County Superior Court

DISMISSED – Possession of Burglary Tools – Maricopa County Superior Court

REDUCED – Burglary (Third Degree) – Maricopa County Superior Court

REDUCED – Burglary (Third Degree) – Maricopa County Superior Court

DISMISSED – Possession of Burglary Tools – Maricopa County Superior Court

REDUCED – Robbery (Class 4 Felony) – Maricopa County Superior Court

DISMISSED – Burglary – Maricopa County Superior Court

*Results may vary depending on your individual circumstances. Please contact our legal support team to discuss your case.