Category: Property Crimes

Third Degree Trespassing in Arizona: A.R.S. 13-1502

Criminal trespass involves knowingly entering another person’s property or land without permission. Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) §13-1502 is defined as criminal trespassing in the

Theft Laws in Arizona: A.R.S. 13-802

Theft is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of crimes, ranging from shoplifting to embezzlement. Based on the value of the

Reckless Burning Laws in Arizona

Introduction Arson is the crime of knowingly and maliciously setting fire to a structure, property or wild land area. Examples include deliberately setting fire

Types of Arson in Arizona

Introduction In Arizona, there are different levels of arson that range from the burning of wildlands to the burning of an occupied structure. Depending

Criminal Damage in Arizona

If you've been charged with criminal damage anywhere in the East Valley, you could face potentially serious consequences if you are not properly prepared

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