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Phoenix Property Crimes Defense Attorney

At some point or another most of us have been involved in a situation that resulted in property damage. If your situation leads to you facing criminal charges, it’s essential that you work closely with a skilled Arizona property crime attorney. You need someone who is very familiar with the state’s laws and can use that knowledge to protect you to the greatest extent possible from criminal convictions. Call Ryan Garvey Attorneys at 602-296-3434 for a free consultation to understand your rights in property crime charges.

Types of Property Crime Charges We Represent in Arizona

We have years of experience and a track record of success with our clients. We represent a broad base of charges including:

While property crimes can seem to be of little consequence, they can still create a criminal record. This record can prevent you from being able to get certain jobs, licenses and housing. It’s crucial that you fully understand what these criminal charges mean and what the potential punishments are before offering information or entering a plea. When you call us you will speak directly with a skilled criminal defense attorney, not an intake person.

Tough Property Crime Defense That Protects YOU

Law enforcement and prosecutors want you to say you did the deed and are guilty. They may attempt to get you to incriminate yourself by saying that if you just tell them what happened, it will be easier. All that really does is make their jobs easier; it often is not in your best interest to admit guilt. Get a free 30-minute consultation with an attorney to understand what you are specifically facing and exactly how we can help.

Call 602-296-3434 or reach us via website email. In Phoenix and serving clients throughout the Phoenix metro area and surrounding communities, we are reachable 24/7.

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