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
- Telecommunications fraud
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.
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