Theft can take many forms, ranging anywhere from armed burglary to sophisticated operations involving multiple defendants with adverse interests in the outcome of a prosecution. William Foreman, P.C., has the resources, skill and experience to defend clients who stand accused of even the most complex, large-scale crimes.

Armed Robbery, Burglary, Burglary with Assault or Battery

Burglary refers to theft that occurs by breaking and entering into the victim’s home, office, vehicle or commercial yard.


Any misappropriation of company property or services is considered embezzlement, and it can carry serious ramifications, including difficulty securing future employment and full repayment of the value of property or services taken.

Internet Auction Fraud

Falsely advertising an item on a site such as eBay, and then sending an item of lesser quality to the buyer is known as Internet auction fraud.

Identity Theft

Consequences for crimes involving identity theft can be quite severe. Attorney Foreman has defended clients accused of identity theft in both Arizona state and federal courts.

Theft from Banking Institution(s)

This can range from complex mail, wire and investment fraud schemes to withdrawing and not reporting money the bank accidentally credited to your account.

Attorney Foreman understands that for many clients, their reputations are at stake. He will aggressively defend your rights while maintaining a high level of discretion for your case. By leveraging his media contacts, he may be able to keep your case out of the public eye, protecting your reputation and right to privacy.

For a free consultation, contact Phoenix theft and property crimes lawyer William Foreman at his office in Scottsdale, Arizona, at 480-941-2700. William Foreman is board-certified as a criminal law specialist by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization, and has been practicing criminal law for over 25 years.

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