Aggressive, Affordable Tempe Embezzlement Lawyer 24/7
If you’ve been charged with embezzlement, every minute matters. You need an attorney by your side who has expertise in fighting and winning embezzlement cases. The alternative is unthinkable. Once you’re convicted of embezzlement, it’s hard to imagine that you’ll ever be hired again. And that’s after you get out of prison and pay restitution.
Types of Arizona Embezzlement Charges
In Arizona, the type of embezzlement charge depends upon the value and type of the property or money stolen. If the value is less than $1,000, the embezzlement is considered a class 1 misdemeanor. At the other end of the spectrum is embezzlement of $25,000 or more, which is a class 2 felony punishable by up to five years in prison. In between are various class 3, 4, 5, and 6 felonies. It should also be noted that theft of a firearm or an animal to be used for animal fighting is considered a class 6 felony regardless of value.
Beating an Embezzlement Charge in Tempe or Surrounding Cities
There are many ways to win an embezzlement case in Arizona, as well as ways to get the charges reduced and penalties minimized. Some of the most common defenses Paul Ramos uses are:
- Arguing that you believed that you were entitled to the property
- Claiming that you are innocent of the charges
- Maintaining that the police arrested the wrong person
- Stating that you didn’t have criminal intent
- Asserting that were falsely accused by someone with a grudge
Paul Ramos Gets Tempe Embezzlement Charges Dropped & Reduced
If you’ve been accused of embezzlement, the time to act is NOW. You need an attorney by your side – but not just any attorney. Paul Ramos has been fighting and winning embezzlement cases for 23 years.
We have a solid track record of getting embezzlement charges dismissed in Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, and cities and towns across Arizona. We’re standing by, ready to help you navigate Arizona’s complex criminal justice system.
Call us. We’ll deliver the aggressive defense you deserve and fight to prevent you from having a conviction haunt you for the rest of your life.