Criminal Defense

The Criminal Defense Attorney That Will Fight For You

Whether you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, it is important to find a lawyer that knows the ins and outs of the law. We understand the stress that comes with being charged with a crime. That’s why at A.A. Raymond Law we are with you every step of the way to provide legal assistance and understanding for your case.

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Getting a DUI in Arizona is a serious situation. There are numerous types of DUI charges ranging from misdemeanors to felonies. The A. A. Raymond Law firm knows the intricacies of Arizona’s DUI laws and can help you secure the best plea possible or take your DUI to trial.

Drug Charges

Arizona’s drug offense statutes range from the very lenient “Prop 200” laws to the very strict “possession with intent to sell” laws. Knowing what statutes apply to your case and exactly how to defend against them is critical.

Domestic Violence

Many criminal charges can be classified as a domestic violence offense. Domestic Violence offenses are those that involve a domestic relationship. Arizona has a very broad definition of “domestic relationship,” and most Prosecutors use this classification whenever possible. Domestic Violence convictions impact your ability to possess firearms and carry other harsh penalties. Most jurisdictions require numerous and costly domestic violence treatment programs in addition to fines, fees, restitution, and jail/prison.

Repeat Offenders

Arizona’s mandatory sentencing statutes leave little room for judicial discretion. Many counties in Arizona have a specific prosecutorial bureau assigned to handle repeat offenders. Most of the plea offers offered to the repeat offenders are very harsh and require a dedicated and experienced attorney to get a more lenient offer.

Dangerous Felonies

Any felony that involves the use of a firearm or deadly weapon will automatically carry a higher term of imprisonment if convicted. A conviction of a dangerous offense carries tremendous penalties in the event you are charged with a second or third dangerous felony.

Suppression Issues

The United States and Arizona State Constitutions protect us from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. When the authorities conduct a warrantless search there may be grounds for suppression. Suppression hearings can be very difficult for defendants to win and require the assistance of an attorney.