Arizona has some of the toughest impaired driving laws in the United States, so if you have been charged with a vehicular crime there is no time to waste. We encourage you to take action as soon as you are charged with any type of vehicular crime.
In order to seek as successful of a resolution as possible in your case, you need to hire our Scottsdale and Tempe criminal defense attorney at Reque Law Firm, PLLC as soon as you can after you have been arrested. Many first-time offenders face mandatory jail sentences, and the penalties of a conviction become even harsher if you have a previous conviction on your record.
If you have been charged with any of the following vehicular crimes, it is imperative to retain the legal services of an attorney as soon as possible:
Our Tempe vehicular crime defense lawyer is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. With more than a decade of law enforcement experience, we know all sides of the law and can provide the most comprehensive legal support available. We always provide unique representation for each client and never treat them like they are just a case or a file. We pride ourselves on providing the personalized experience our clients deserve.
Visit our firm for a free case consultation. We are available every weekday with Saturday availability by appointment only.
Our Tempe and Scottsdale vehicular crime defense attorney at Reque Law Firm, PLLC has more than a decade of law enforcement experience, which gives us a unique perspective on criminal defense. With a track record of successfully litigating cases for clients across Arizona (all counties) we take our role as defenders very seriously.
Every case and every client is incredibly important to us, and we work tirelessly to provide the most thorough and reliable legal services around.
Contact our firm today at 602.334.4939 or 602.559.4383 if you are interested in discussing your case with us.
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