Any person charged with a criminal violation in Scottsdale, Arizona will most likely need to go to Scottsdale City/Municipal Court for multiple important court dates. A person’s first appearance before the Scottsdale City Court is just as important as the last. If you have been arrested in Scottsdale, make certain you know you are working with a criminal attorney who understands both the law and the procedures of the courthouse that is hosting your hearings.
Attorney Vyvian Reque of Reque Law Firm has built an unrivaled reputation throughout Scottsdale for her familiarity with the criminal justice system and local courthouses, including the Scottsdale City/Municipal Court. In addition to being a trusted Scottsdale criminal defense lawyer, Attorney Reque also has more than a decade of law enforcement experience, which gives her further insight into how the criminal justice system is going to treat and see you after you have been arrested and charged for a crime. From assault to drug trafficking to sex crimes, our law firm can handle it all with a personalized touch that can only be delivered by a legal team that knows the city of Scottsdale like we do.
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The vast majority of cases heard and brought to official charges in Scottsdale City/Municipal Court are related to driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI). Scottsdale Attorney Reque is not only a member of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys (AAPDA), but she has also been rewarded the Best DWI Attorney Top Rated 2016 award for her efforts and case results. She is also extensively familiar with domestic violence related criminal charges – such as assault and battery, disorderly conduct, and criminal damage – and drug crime defense for cases like marijuana paraphernalia and simple possession. Both domestic violence and marijuana crimes are also frequently heard in Scottsdale City/Municipal Court.
1. For a class 1 misdemeanor, six months. (3 years of probation or 5 years for DUI offenses); $2,500.00 fine plus surcharges. Example of Class 1 Misdemeanors: DUI, driving on a suspended license, assault, disorderly conduct, criminal damage, shoplifting and theft.
2. For a class 2 misdemeanor, four months. (2 years of probation); $750.00 in fines plus surcharges. Example of Class 2 Misdemeanors: Reckless driving, criminal trespassing in the second degree.
3. For a class 3 misdemeanor, thirty days. (1 year of probation); $500.00 fine plus surcharges. Example of Class 3 misdemeanor: Criminal speeding.
Attorney Vyvian Reque is also fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.
Retain a Lawyer Right Away to Start Fighting on Your Behalf
You Have the Right to Remain Silent
The Initial Booking Process
Post Bail to Insure Your First Court Appearance
Arraignment – Where You Will be Read Your Official Charges