If you’re facing drunk driving charges, you shouldn’t face the courts on your own. It’s vital to have an experienced, assertive lawyer on your side who will fight to make sure that your rights are protected and that your outcome is fair. Our DUI case results speak for themselves and our extensive experience sets us apart.
Learn more about DUI in Arizona.
When selecting an attorney to handle your marijuana charge, it’s important to consider their record of case dismissals. We utilize every legal defense at our disposal to keep clients out of jail and keep their record clean.
Learn more about marijuana possession in Arizona.
Our clients are shocked when they realize excessive speeding is classified as a misdemeanor charge in Arizona. With penalties of up to 30 days in jail and a criminal record on the line, you need the best attorneys that will work hard to get your charge reduced to a civil speeding violation or even completely dismissed.
Learn more about criminal speeding in Arizona.
A shoplifting charge could result in a felony conviction. But, with the right legal team, you can have a better chance of receiving a favorable outcome to your shoplifting charge. Each year, we help clients by pursuing reduced penalties and dismissed charges in shoplifting cases.
Learn more about shoplifting in Arizona.
With recent efforts to strengthen Arizona’s domestic violence laws, courts have implemented changes, intensified policies, and prosecutors have been increasingly motivated to punish those accused of domestic violence. As a result of these new changes, it is even more critical that domestic violence offenders seek the guidance of a JacksonWhite criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.
Learn more about domestic violence in Arizona.
If you’ve been charged with possession or use of dangerous drugs, whether it’s meth or another narcotic, you need an experienced defense attorney to represent your best interests in court. Our success with drug charges has resulted in dismissed cases, reduced charges, and significantly diminished penalties.
Learn more about drug possession in Arizona.
Other Practice Areas and Offenses
- Reckless Driving
- Second Degree Burglary
- Possession/Use of Drug Paraphernalia
- Disorderly Conduct
- Criminal Trespassing
- Hit and Run / Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- Credit Card Fraud
- Gun Crimes
- Threatening or Intimidating
- Accomplice to a Crime
- Bank Fraud
- Solicitation & Prostitution
- Juvenile Crimes
- Money Laundering
- White Collar Crimes
Resources and FAQs
Jails do not allow inmates to carry cash with them while they are serving their sentence, but there are other ways to get money to someone’s account while they’re in jail.