State v. Willcoxson
In State v. Willcoxson, 156 Ariz. 343, 347, 751 P.2d 1385, 1389 (App. 1987), the trial court found three mitigating factors and only one aggravating factor.
It nevertheless imposed the presumptive sentence. Id.
The Court upheld the sentence noting that the trial court had broad discretion to decide if the mitigating factors were sufficient to justify a mitigated sentence. Id.
"The trial court is not required to make its sentencing decision based upon the mere numbers of aggravating or mitigating circumstances." Id.