Shoplifting in Arizona is typically charged as a class one misdemeanor. As with other crimes in Arizona, there is no mandatory reporting to spouse or parents. However, a simple public records search would reveal the charge in most jurisdictions. There are many possible ramifications of being charged or convicted of a crime in Arizona – both inside and outside of the criminal justice system. Criminal convictions can affect your ability to teach in a school, obtain a loan, rent an apartment, or get the job you want to name a few.
For more information about shoplifting charges in Arizona, contact criminal defense attorney, Jeremy Geigle at (480) 818-9943 for a free consultation regarding your questions.