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The criminal attorneys at JacksonWhite offer FREE and private consultations at our offices across Mesa, the Phoenix Valley and in Tucson.
Whether you’re and adult or minor facing charges for DUI, drug crimes, sex crimes, fraud crimes, felonies, or misdemeanor crimes in Arizona, JacksonWhite’s experienced criminal lawyer Jeremy Geigle will provide you with educated representation and will work to earn the results you’re looking for.
See all of our office locations here. We have offices in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe, Tucson, Peoria and Glendale.
Effective Criminal Defense in the East Valley
If you have been accused of a crime in Mesa and the greater Phoenix Arizona area, it is vital to contact a criminal defense lawyer in Arizona immediately, preferably before being questioned by police. Seeking the counsel of an experienced criminal defense lawyer is your best chance at effectively defending your case and obtaining the result you want.
Why Hire a Private Criminal Defense Attorney?
As a leading criminal attorney, Jeremy Geigle is concerned about his clients and wants to help them get back on the right track. Public defenders have very little motivation to put time or effort into your case. The outcome of your criminal case can literally affect the rest of your life, and with so much on the line you want to make sure that you are represented by someone who is dedicated to helping you with the charges you face.
Jeremy is committed to defending individuals and juveniles and works hard to get them the minimum punishment for their offense. In life we often say “you get what you pay for” and that definitely applies when it comes to protecting your rights. If you are facing criminal charges, make sure that you don’t stand alone, call Jeremy Geigle for a free private consultation!
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