Category: Fraud & Theft

Racketeering Laws In Arizona

Introduction Racketeering is a common white-collar crime that can include a variety of potential offenses, usually centering around a desire for financial gain. This

Bad Checks Writing Laws in Arizona

Introduction In short, yes, you can go to jail for writing bad checks in Arizona, especially if you don’t have an experienced criminal defense

Money Laundering Laws in Arizona

Introduction A money laundering charge is serious and can result in harsh penalties if convicted. There are three degrees of money laundering, and each

Arizona’s Burglary Laws

Introduction While it is common to hear “robbery” and “burglary” used interchangeably, there is a significant difference between the two. A robbery occurs when

Phoenix Shoplifting Diversion Program

Introduction If you’re caught shoplifting, and it’s a petty offense, then you may be eligible to attend a diversion program in order to avoid

ARS 13-2006: Criminal Impersonation in Arizona

Introduction Whether it is due to technological advances that make committing criminal impersonation a breeze or the lack of violence needed, criminal impersonation is

Unemployment Fraud Laws in Arizona

Introduction Due to COVID-19 and the many business restrictions that were implemented to stop the spread, many Arizona businesses have been forced to shut

ARS 13-2310 – Fraudulent Schemes and Artifices Statutes in Arizona

Introduction Fraud is the intentional action to deceive another person or even a company for an unlawful gain. Fraud can occur in many facets,

Can You Get In Trouble For Shoplifting In Arizona Years After The Incident?

Introduction Shoplifting is a form of theft, which can be a misdemeanor or a felony depending on the value of the stolen property. In

Arizona Fraud Laws

Introduction Fraud is the general term used to define a range of offenses involving dishonesty or misrepresentation of fact, a falsified statement, or deceitful

Identity Theft Laws in Arizona

Introduction Arizona had more than 28,000 reports of identity theft in 2021, according to the Federal Trade Commission. The state of Arizona takes cases

Consequences of Shoplifting at an Arizona Walmart

Introduction Shoplifting can carry some stiff penalties in the state of Arizona. What’re the consequences of stealing from a major department store? Is it

Shoplifting Laws in Arizona

In Arizona, shoplifting is one of the most common crimes committed. In 2013, there were nearly 50,000 instances of shoplifting reported in Arizona, which

Defend Against Theft Charges in Arizona

Introduction If you’re having trouble with a theft charge in Arizona, get the superior legal counsel you deserve at JacksonWhite Law. Our criminal defense

Computer Tampering Laws in Arizona

Introduction Computer hacking may not seem like a serious crime in comparison to others dangerous acts, but illegally accessing a computer system with the

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