What constitutes shoplifting?
A person commits shoplifting if, while in an establishment in which merchandise is displayed for sale, such person knowingly obtains such goods of another with the intent to deprive that person of such goods by:
An individual commits a shoplifting offense in the State of Arizona when he/she obtains a good of another intending to deprive the owner of the good without paying.
Additionally, shoplifting can also be considered when a person charges the price of a good to a fictitious individual or to a person without that person’s authorization. Shoplifting can also relate to paying less than the purchase price of the good, or conceal products.
Whichever shoplifting offense you have been charged with, the Law Office of John W. Moore can help you get your life back on track. Hire local, Phoenix-based shoplifting attorney that will fight for you.
Read more about the Arizona Revised Statutes on Shoplifting by clicking here.
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