Past results are not a guarantee of future case success. Each case is different and has it’s own unique facts, circumstances, and defenses.

COMPLETE DISMISSAL

State v. R. B.
Scottsdale City Court
Disorderly Conduct A.R.S 13-2904

Mr. R. B was charged with Disorderly Conduct for disturbing the peace after allegedly engaging in a fight at Whisky Row nightclub in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona. Mr. R. B. Was with friends and celebrating the Mayweather fight and had purchased bottle service. A woman at the club was taking beers from Mr. R.B.’s table and a woman with R.B. confronted her. An argument between broke out and when Mr. R.B. tried to remove his friend from the argument bouncers grabbed him and threw him out of the club. He was arrested for disorderly conduct for fighting. Read More

NOT GUILTY/ ACQUITTAL AT TRIAL EXTREME DUI, GUILTY OF IMPAIRED DUI

State v. M.C.
Surprise City Court
DUI – Impaired to the Slightest Degree A.R.S. 28-1381A1
DUI – Driving with a blood alcohol concentration greater than .08 A.R.S. 28-1381A2
Extreme DUI – Driving with a blood alcohol concentration greater than .15 A.R.S. 28-1382A1

Mrs. M.C. was charged with three counts of Driving Under the Influence, DUI, after being stopped for speeding. During the investigation, police found several open and unopened mini vodka bottles in Mrs. M. C. car. Following her arrest, officers requested she perform a breath test and she submitted to an Intoxilyzer 8000 test. However, the officer administering the Intoxilyzer 8000 was not certified to conduct the examination and used her supervising field training officer’s permit to get the Inboxilyzer to work. Read More

SEX CONDUCT WITH A MINOR – REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR ELIGIBLE OFFENSE

State v. T.E.
Maricopa County Superior Court
Sex Conduct with a Minor, six counts, A.R.S. 13-1405A

Mr. T.E. was charged with six (6) counts of Sex Conduct with a Minor for having oral sex and sexual intercourse with the seventeen year old daughter of his colleague. Mr. T.E. was 26 years old at the time and was arrested after self reporting to his colleague that he was in a relationship with his daughter, after which his colleague called the police and Mr. T.E. was booked into 4th avenue jail. Read More

REDUCED TO MISDEMEANOR, NO JAIL TIME

State v. J.M.
Mesa Municipal Court
Shoplifting A.R.S. 13-1805A1
Shoplifting A.R.S. 13-1805A5

Mr. J.M. was charged along with an accomplice for shoplifting at the Covered Wagon Antique Mall in Mesa, Arizona. Mr. J.M. took several items valued at less than $100. Unfortunately, when Mr. J.M left the store he got into the car of his accomplice who struck the store manager as the two fled the scene. Read More

DISMISSED IN FULL FOLLOWING ADULT DIVERSION

State v. S.S.
San Tan Justice Court – Maricopa County
Assault A.R.S. 13-1203
Disorderly Conduct A.R.S. 13-2904

Mr. S.S. was charged with Assault and Disorderly conduct for getting in to a fight with his father. Mr. S.S. was in his twenties living with his parents, but struggling with substance abuse. Following a verbal argument over the living arrangements, Mr. S.S. physically assaulted his father by punching him and pushing him to the ground. Mr. S.S. father called the police and he was arrested after the police viewed minor injuries to his father. Read More

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY A CLASS 3 FELONY REDUCED TO CRIMINAL TRESPASS A.R.S. 13-1504

State v. D.C.
Coconino County Superior Court
Burglary in the Second Degree, A.R.S. 13-15…
Theft, A.R.S. 13-

Mr. D.C. was charged with Burglary, a class 3 felony, and Theft, a class 6 felony after he entered the house of a few acquaintances and stole a bicycle as he left. Earlier in the night, Mr. D.C. was out partying in downtown Flagstaff and met up with some friends. Mr. D.C. went back with several of his friends to their house and continued drinking. Mr. D.C. was alleged to have taken a single speed bicycle from the house when he left after everyone had gone to bed. Read More

DISMISSED IN FULL FALSE REPORTING TO LAW ENFORCEMENT A.R.S. ….

State v. A.T.
Highland Justice Court – Maricopa County
False Reporting To Law Enforcement

Ms. A.T. was arrested for false reporting to law enforcement after she was questioned about her business and it’s affiliation with a towing company and its owner. The police alleged that Ms. A.T.’s mobile home and apartment building parking enforcement company was improperly towing cars and referring business to Ms. A.T.’s husband’s tow company. Read More

SECOND OFFENSE SUPER EXTREME DUI REDUCED TO NO CONTEST FIRST OFFENSE DUI

State v. A.N.
University Lakes Justice Court – Maricopa County

Ms. A.N. was charged with Super Extreme DUI, A.R.S. 28-1382(A)(2) while she had her felony Aggravated DUI pending in a separate Maricopa County Court. M.S. A.N. was contacted following a crash and investigated for DUI. Following her arrested and release to a family member, a blood alcohol test showed her BAC was greater than .300 within two hours of driving and she was cited for Super Extreme DUI greater than .20. Read More

176 DAYS OF JAIL AVOIDED ON FELONY AGGRAVATED DUI PASSENGER IN CAR UNDER 15 YEARS OF AGE A.R.S. 28-1383

State v. A. N.
Maricopa County Superior Court
Aggravated DUI, 4 counts A.R.S. 28-1383(A)(3)

Ms. A.N. was charged with four counts of Aggravated Dui for having a blood alcohol concentration greater than .20 with her minor child in the car. Ms. A.N. was stopped by police for extreme weaving within her lane and several traffic violations. Upon contact, officers found A.N. extremely intoxicated and her two year old son in the back seat. Read More

SEX CONDUCT WITH A MINOR – REDUCED TO CHILD ABUSE AND MISDEMEANOR ELIGIBLE OFFENSE

State v. S.M.
Maricopa County Superior Court
Sex Conduct with a Minor, three counts, A.R.S. 13-1405A

Ms. S.M. was charged with three separate counts of sex conduct with a minor over the age of 15 for having oral sex with the seventeen year old son of her friend while at a pool party. Ms. M.S. friend looked through text messages on her son’s phone and her phone statement and saw an unusual amount of messages between Ms. S.M. and her son. When confronted, the son admitted to his mother that he and Ms. S.M. engaged in oral sex. Read More

REDUCED TO TRAFFIC SCHOOL WITH NO POINT FROM CRIMINAL SPEEDING / EXCEEDING 20 MILES PER HOUR OVER POSTED SPEED LIMIT ARS 28-701.01

State v. C.C.
Arcadia Biltmore Justice Court – Maricopa County

Mr. C.C. was charged with criminal speeding for exceeding the posted speed limit on Indian School road by more than twenty (20) miles per hour. Mr. C.C. and his friends were leaving an escape room game in Scottsdale, Arizona and headed home when Mr. C.C.’s friend accelerated to over eighty (80) miles per hour on a posted 40 mile per hour road. Mr. C.C. tried to keep up and both were pulled over by Scottsdale Police Officers.
The Scottsdale Police officer that pulled over Mr. C.C. says he made a U-turn after Mr. C.C. passed and saw a moving radar speed of approximately 62. Mr. C.C. was honest with the officer and told him he was going around 60 miles per hour, which the officer says was similar to what he observed.

NOT GUILTY FOUR COUNTS SUPER EXTREME DUI, EXTREME DUI, DUI .08 AND DUI IMPAIRED

State v. B.A
Scottsdale City Court
Super Extreme DUI – A.R.S. 28-1382A2
Extreme DUI – A.R.S. 28-1382A1
DUI – Impaired to the Slightest Degree A.R.S. 28-1381A1
DUI – Driving with a blood alcohol concentration greater than .08 A.R.S. 28-1381A2

Mr. B.A. was in Old Town Scottsdale celebrating passing a professional exam when he was locked out of his friend’s apartment. Mr. B.A. and his friend had been drinking heavily and his friend unfortunately called police because B.A. was banging on the apartment door. When officers arrived Mr. B.A. was found sitting in the drivers seat of his car, the car was on, the AC running and the car was in park. Read More

NOT GUILTY ALL CHARGES DUI BAC OVER .08 AND DUI IMPAIRED

State v. Y.S.
Phoenix Municipal Court
DUI – Impaired to the Slightest Degree A.R.S. 28-1381A1
DUI – Driving with a blood alcohol concentration greater than .08 A.R.S. 28-1381A2

Ms. Y.S. was driving in the early morning hours after picking up a co-worker when she was involved in a traffic accident with a motorcycle. The motorcycle rider and his passenger sustained minor injuries and the police were called. Ms. Y.S. admitted to police she had consumed a single drink earlier in the night and voluntarily performed the Horizontal Gaze Nystagums (HGN) field test. Read More

Past results are not a guarantee of future case success. Each case is different and has it’s own unique facts, circumstances, and defenses.