Arizona Property Crime Lawyers
Available 24/7 to Discuss Your Case
If you are facing criminal charges for a property crime, you may be held in custody awaiting bail and worried about what will happen to you. The penalties for property crimes in the state of Arizona are harsh. Without the help of a talented criminal attorney, you could lose your freedom. If found guilty, you could be facing years in state prison, heavy fines, and a felony conviction on your permanent criminal record.
Under the U.S. Constitution, you have the right to an attorney, and the court must provide you with counsel if you need it. Unfortunately, court-appointed attorneys, no matter how well-intentioned, are typically overloaded, underpaid, and unable to spend the time required to build a strong defense case. That’s when our legal team at Oliverson & Huss Law PLLC gets involved. We are recognized as being among the premier criminal law firms in Arizona, and we take our duty to our clients seriously. Your first step is to exercise your right to remain silent – do not answer any questions from law enforcement – then call our firm. We are available 24/7 to serve you.
Learn more about your legal options by discussing your circumstances with us during a free consultation. Call (480) 351-2228 today.
Cases We Handle
When you’re charged with a crime in Arizona, the State will prosecute the matter. That means you’ll be going up against an experienced attorney working to land a conviction. In such circumstances, you need skilled defense on your side to fight the accusations made against you.
Our team of lawyers represents the accused in a range of property crimes, including but not limited to:
- Criminal damage
- Aggravated criminal damage
- Criminal trespass
Defense Strategies in Property Crime Cases
The first step in developing a powerful defense strategy is a full review of the facts and evidence in your case. We will carefully evaluate all aspects of police procedures to identify any errors that could weaken the prosecutor’s arguments.
Other defense strategies that could be effective include:
- Renunciation, or
- Mistaken identity
Call Our Firm Today
You deserve to be represented by a trial attorney that knows the criminal justice system intimately, and who will go the distance for you. Throughout our 40+ years of combined experience, our Arizona attorneys have handled thousands of cases, including 70 jury trials. We know what it takes to develop an effective defense.
Over 40 Years of Collective Experience
Over the length of their careers, the attorneys at Oliverson & Huss have helped thousands of people successfully fight their criminal charges.
Former Prosecutors & a Former Judge
As former prosecutors, police officers and judges, our attorneys have experience on all sides of the law. This special insight allows them to better defend your case.
Highly Communicative & Responsive
Our attorneys will work closely with you, diligently keeping you fully informed and updated on your case from beginning to end.
Team Approach to Your Case
At Oliverson & Huss, you get access to three experienced attorneys who work together to achieve the best possible result for you.
When it comes to defending our clients, we believe two heads are better than one. When you hire us, you get a team of attorneys who will look at your case and offer their perspective in an effort to get you the best possible result.
2 Counts of Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer All Felony Charges Dismissed
2 Counts of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon All Felony Charges Dismissed
25 Counts of Fraud Schemes All Felony Charges Dismissed
2nd Degree Murder Hung Jury in Favor of Not Guilty
3 Counts of Aggravated Assault All Felony Charges Dismissed
3 Counts of Aggravated DUI All Felony Charges Dismissed
3 Counts of Assault with Injury and 1 Count of Trespassing Not Guilty on All Charges After Trial
3 Counts of Criminal Damage All Charges Dismissed
Aggravated Assault & Aggravated DUI (Multiple Counts) All Felony Charges Dismissed
Aggravated Domestic Violence and Home Invasion All Felony Charges Dismissed