Category Archives: Firm News

CDL Tickets /Violations in Gila Bend Arizona

CDL Violations / CDL Tickets Do you need to find an attorney who handles cases in Gila Bend Justice Court (Ironwood Justice Court) or Gila Bend Municipal Court? Sometimes it can be difficult to find a lawyer to handle Gila Bend Justice Court (Ironwood Justice Court) or Gila Bend Municipal Court. If you are a CDL driver and find yourself with a civil or criminalContinue reading

DUI in Gilbert Arizona

If you find yourself facing a DUI in Gilbert Arizona, you should contact a Gilbert DUI Attorney who is familiar with defending DUI in Gilbert Arizona. Your DUI is a criminal offense in Gilbert Arizona. Unless your license was suspended at the time, you already have two DUI convictions within 7 years, or you had a child under 15 years of age in the car,Continue reading

Gilbert Criminal Law Attorney / Highland Justice Court Criminal Law Attorney

I have practiced as a Gilbert Criminal Law Attorney and a Highland Justice Court Criminal Law Attorney in the Gilbert Courts for many years now. Because I live in Gilbert Arizona and I have a law office in Gilbert Arizona, I handle a large number of Gilbert Court cases. I have practiced in courts all over the State of Arizona, and the Gilbert Court houseContinue reading

Jail for Criminal Speed in Arizona?

In Arizona, you CAN go to jail for Criminal Speed. Criminal Speed is officially referred to as Excessive Speed in the Arizona statutes. You can be charged with Excessive Speed if: 1) You exceed 85 mph. 2) You exceed the posted speed limit by more than 20 mph in a residential or business district. 3) You exceed 35 mph approaching a school crossing. Excessive Speed is a crime. It is a class 3Continue reading

What is Criminal Speed in Arizona?

In Arizona, you can actually be charged with a crime for speeding. In the State of Arizona there are three different ways you can be charged for criminal speed. 1) Exceeding 85 miles per hour. 2) You can also be charged with criminal speed for exceeding the posted speed limit by more than 20miles per hour in a residential or business district. 3) Exceeding 35 miles per hour approaching aContinue reading

Do I Need an Attorney for a Criminal Speeding Ticket?

In Arizona, many people are surprised to find themselves charged with a crime for speeding. Many Arizona residents and travelers in Arizona are unaware that such a crime exits. If you are interested in a more detailed definition and explanation of Criminal Speeding, which is actually officially called Excessive Speed in the Arizona statutes. (see Consequences of Excessive (Criminal) Speeding in this blog) If the State ofContinue reading

DUI in Chandler Arizona

If you find yourself facing a DUI in Chandler Arizona, you should contact a Chandler DUI Attorney who is familiar with defending DUI in Chandler Arizona. Your DUI is a criminal offense in Chandler Arizona. Unless your license was suspended at the time, you already have two DUI convictions within 7 years, or you had a child under 15 years of age in the car,Continue reading

Release, Bail & Bond

What is bail? Is bail different that a bond? How do you get released on bond? How do I post bail? What is a bail bond? These are all good questions, especially when someone you care about has been arrested, is in custody and you want to get them out. A person who is accused or charged with a crime is called a defendant inContinue reading

Photo Enforcement Sign Requirements in Arizona

What does the law require for photo enforcement signs? What are the signage requirements for photo a photo enforcement zone? Do they have to put up warning signs for photo enforcement? These are good questions that I get from callers. Arizona law requires: Every local authority or agency of the State or Arizona using a photo enforcement system must adopt standards and specifications that indicateContinue reading

Reckless Under Arizona Law

What does reckless mean under Arizona law? What is the legal definition of reckless? What does the State have to prove for Reckless Driving? These are questions I often encounter. Here is the actual definition of “Recklessly” under Arizona law: “Recklessly” means, with respect to a result or to a circumstance described by a statute defining an offense, that a person is aware of andContinue reading