Auto-theft crimes in Arizona have serious consequences. If convicted you could face lengthy probation, large fines, jail, or even prison. With over 100 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys and staff at AZ Defenders have successfully represented hundreds of people accused of various auto-theft crimes.
The following are Class 3 Felony offenses and they can punishable by probation, fines, jail, or even prison depending on criminal history. A conviction will also result in a mandatory revocation on the convicted person’s driver’s license.
A person commits theft-of-means of transportation if, without lawful authority, the person knowingly does one of the following:
If you are facing charges and would like to learn more about grand-theft auto in Arizona, speak with a Phoenix theft lawyer experienced in auto theft crimes.
A person commits unlawful use of means of transportation if, without intent permanently to deprive, the person either:
This is a Class 6 Felony offense and can be punishable by probation, fines, jail, or even prison depending on criminal history. A conviction will also result in a mandatory revocation on the convicted person’s driver’s license.
It is essential for competent attorneys to find weak points in the prosecutor’s case. AZ Defenders will utilize the best legal defense available to provide our clients the best possible outcome. Over the years our attorneys have successfully utilized the following defenses to auto-theft crimes.
If you are charged with an Auto-Theft offense, regardless of its classification, you need the services of an experienced, aggressive, and effective legal team on your side. The consequences can be dire and you need someone to help you get the best possible result in your individual case. Contact the AZ Defenders by calling 480-456-6400 or contact us online for a free consultation today.