Credit card fraud can be charged as either a state or federal crime. If you are charged with credit card fraud in Arizona, you are probably looking at a class 5 or class 4 felony depending on the specific circumstances of your case.
Archive for January, 2011
If you are charged with possession of drugs for sale in Arizona, you are facing some serious consequences. If you are unsuccessful in defending the case, you may see a lot of time in jail and/or prison.
Possession of drug paraphernalia can be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor in Arizona. If the charge is processed through the county court system, it will likely be charged as a class 6 felony.
If you are caught intoxicated in public you probably won’t expect to spend too much time in jail. Most likely, it would just enough time to sober you up or to find someone to pick you up.
Burglary is a serious felony charge in Arizona. Burglary can be charged as a class 4 felony up to a class 2 felony depending upon the area burglarized.
Shoplifting is a misdemeanor offense in Arizona, if less than $1000 is taken, and carries a maximum penalty of 6 months jail and a $2500 fine. Shoplifting can also be charged as a felony.
If you have been charged with a DUI in Arizona your license may already be suspended. For a first time DUI, your license will be suspended for 90 days if you are convicted or prior to that because of the Admin Per Se.
Criminal trespass in Arizona can be charged as a misdemeanor of a felony depending on the circumstances of the case. Maximum jail time for criminal trespass can be as little as 30 days or as much as 6 months if it is charged as a misdemeanor.
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