Defending Arizona Clients Accused Of Theft Crimes

A teen who steals a watch from an Arizona department store, a man who burglarizes a house and a woman who embezzles money from her employer all have one thing in common: They are branded with the name "thief" in society. This can make it exceptionally difficult to get a job, because no one wants to hire someone who may steal from him or her.

At The Reyna Law Firm, P.C., in Tucson, we understand the full range of damaging consequences you may face if you are convicted of a theft crime. We know that your entire career may be on the line – not to mention prison time, fines, probation and other penalties. You can rely on us to go the extra mile to craft a strong and strategic defense on your behalf.

We defend individuals statewide who have been charged with criminal offenses such as:

  • Shoplifting/retail theft
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Grand theft auto/carjacking
  • Credit card fraud
  • Forging checks
  • Embezzlement
  • Other theft crimes

Even If You Didn't Take Anything, You Could Be Charged With Burglary

Arizona has three different degrees of burglary charges:

  • First degree involves committing either of the offenses below while in possession of dangerous items, such as knives, guns or explosives.
  • Second degree involves entering or illegally remaining in someone else's house, trailer home, apartment or other residential structure with the intent to steal or commit a felony crime.
  • Third degree involves entering or illegally remaining in a building, yard or vehicle with the intent to steal or commit a felony crime.

All of these charges hinge upon your intent. Depending on the circumstances, theft defense attorney Ron Reyna may be able to help prove that you did not intend to commit a crime and that you had other reasons for being on the property.

Start Safeguarding Your Rights

When people turn to our firm, they know they are getting honest, straightforward legal advice that will help them effectively resolve their legal problems and safeguard their rights.

To learn more about how our lawyer can vigorously defend you against burglary, robbery or other theft charges, call or email our Tucson office today: 520-365-3926 or 866-280-9168. The initial consultation is FREE. Se habla español.