Trafficking in Stolen Property
Examples of ARS §13-2307 Charges
A common case of trafficking in stolen property is when someone uses a stolen credit card to make purchases or transact business without the permission of the cardholder. However, trafficking in stolen property is not limited to credit card or bank accounts. Other examples include:
- Selling goods that are stolen for person profit, or
- Trading stolen goods for other goods.
The definition and penalties for this crime are detailed in the Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) §13-2307.
First and Second Degree Trafficking in Stolen Property
A person can commit the offense in the second degree by recklessly trafficking stolen goods (a class 3 felony), or they can commit the offense in the first degree by planning, organizing, financing or directing the theft of the property and the trafficking therein (a class 2 felony).
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