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.
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.
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.
A person under the age of 18 (minor) can face unique proceedings and penalties if suspected of committing crimes. The juvenile justice system is generally geared toward rehabilitation rather than incarceration. Judges decide the outcome of juvenile cases, not juries. Juvenile courts have their own set of rules, procedures, and records of juvenile offenses are typically sealed.
A criminal trespassing charge is when someone unlawfully enters a residence that belongs to another person. It can also involve entering vacant land or other property marked “no trespassing”. Although it may not sound like a very serious crime, if one enters someone’s residence illegally the charge could be a felony, depending on certain circumstances.
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.
Because it is so subjective, one of the most common misdemeanor charges is disorderly conduct, also known as “disturbing the peace.” In order for an individual’s conduct to be considered “disorderly,” there must have been intent to disturb the peace, or at the very least, an awareness of the disruption.
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 to seek the guidance of a JacksonWhite criminal defense lawyer.
Call the JacksonWhite Criminal Law team at (480) 467-4370 to discuss your case today.
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