SHOPLIFTING § 13-1805

The most common example of when a person has committed Shoplifting is when that person is in a store and they take the store’s goods with intent to deprive the store of the goods by removing the goods from the store without paying the purchase price or by concealing the goods. Even if you pay less than the purchase price of the goods by some trick or artifice such as altering, removing, substituting or otherwise disfiguring the label, price tag, or marking of the goods, you have committed Shoplifting.

If you are accused of Shoplifting or being investigated for Shoplifting, contact our Phoenix criminal defense attorneys. We can help you. Shoplifting can carry serious penalties. The classification of the crime for Shoplifting depends on the value of the property at issue and ranges from a Class 5 Felony to a Class 1 Misdemeanor. Further if the defendant has two or more prior Burglary, Shoplifting, Robbery or Theft convictions from within the past five years, the defendant may be charged with a Class 4 Felony regardless of the value of the property.

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