Wiretapping Lawyer in Yuma
Is Wiretapping a Felony in Arizona?
Wiretapping is considered a felony. If you are convicted of this crime, the penalties can be severe, including fines and possible jail sentencing. You will also have a criminal record that makes it harder to find employment, housing, and financial opportunities. It is important to retain the services of an experienced Yuma wiretapping defense lawyer as soon as possible.
We may be able to help you prove:
- The recording was in a public place and therefore legal
- The recording was made for journalistic purposes
- You were not the person responsible for the recordings
In Arizona, recording is legal so long as the party recording the conversation is actually involved in the exchange. It becomes illegal as soon as that person is no longer present. If you were charged with wiretapping, you could face felony sentencing that will have serious consequences for your future. Call Bowman, Smith & Kallen today and schedule your free consultation with our Yuma criminal defense lawyer. We have over 100 years of shared legal experience to help you protect yourself from a conviction.
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An effective defense is about more than simply knowing the law — it is about standing strong against accusations. Our team has over a century of shared legal experience, and we understand the strategies prosecutors use to make the accused out to be a villain. As your advocate, we will stand with you to help you tell your side of the story and prevent a conviction.
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