What are Class 3 Felonies in Arizona? [Infographic]
What are Class 3 Felonies in Arizona?
Class 3 felonies in Arizona can be split into two groups: Dangerous and Non-Dangerous.
The presumptive sentence for a first time offender found guilty of a Class 3 Felony is 3.5 years.
If you are found guilty of a dangerous Class 3 felony, you will not be eligible for promotion.
Many crimes can become a Class 3 felony (as opposed to a felony of another class) due to their circumstances.
Here are some examples of Class 3 felonies in Arizona:
Possession of more than two, but less than four pounds of marijuana
Certain forms of theft
Certain forms of aggravated assault
Certain forms of stalking
If you are facing any class of felony charges in Arizona, you need a legal team who knows what they are doing and is dedicated to helping you.
Contact the Tyler Allen Law Firm today.