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Felony Defense Attorney in Arizona

Let Charlie Naegle build a strong defense for you

In the state of Arizona, felonies are crimes that are punishable by one or more years in state prison. If you're facing a felony charge, then by definition, you're up against a serious moment of crisis. Let the legal team at Brown, Naegle, Crider & Jensen LLC fight for you.

Attorney Charlie Naegle has extensive experience fighting some of the most complex and difficult felony charges on behalf of clients in Mesa and throughout Arizona. Rely on Charlie and his team to get your charges reduced or dismissed.

Categories of felonies in Arizona

Arizona classifies felony charges into different classes, with each class carrying different penalties. If you are facing felony charges, it can be beneficial for you to understand which class of felony you face in order to understand what types of punishments are associated with it.

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Felony charges in Arizona are classified by the following:

Class 1: This is the most serious type of felony charge. First- and second-degree murder are the only Class 1 felonies in Arizona. A first-degree murder conviction can be punishable by death or life in prison, while second-degree murder can bring 16 years to life in a state penitentiary.

Class 2: Offenses such as producing or creating child pornography are Class 2 felonies. A conviction of a Class 2 felony can bring up to 12½ years in state prison.

Class 3: Class 3 felonies such as cultivation of four or more pounds of marijuana can bring sentences up to eight years and nine months in prison.

Class 4: A Class 4 felony offense can bring up to three years and nine months in prison. The theft of property worth between $3,000 and $4,000 is considered a Class 4 felony.

Class 5: Felony offenses for which legislators have not specified a class are oftentimes charged as Class 5 felonies. Pimping and pandering prostitution is considered a Class 5 felony. Conviction of a Class 5 felony can bring up to two years and six months in state prison.

Class 6: The least serious felony offenses are classified as Class 6 felonies. These offenses can bring a maximum of two years in prison.

In addition to the above penalties, all convicted felons can be required to pay fines up to $150,000, or even more for felony drug crimes. Prison sentences can be lengthened if the offender has a history of previous felony convictions, if a crime was particularly heinous, or if the victim of the crime was older than age 65.

Get a high-caliber felony defense team on your side

With stakes this high, it is imperative that you get a top-rated criminal defense attorney on your side. Charlie Naegle and his team will fight to get your charge reduced to a misdemeanor or even dropped entirely, depending on the facts of your case. And if your case goes to trial, you can rest assured that Charlie knows how to counter the prosecution's tactics and fight for a not guilty verdict. Call 480-378-9000 or contact us online today.

Mesa
3850 E Baseline Rd Suite 111
Mesa, AZ 85206
local phone: (480) 378-9000