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Canyon State Law Firm
1013 S, Stapely Drive Mesa AZ 85234

Phone: 480.900.2220
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Your reputation, your rights, and your freedom are at risk. You need aggressive legal representation from an experienced team of board-certified attorneys who have expert knowledge and vast resources to defend against the charges brought against you. Canyon State Law will defend you and your family members in all areas of criminal law, including: Possession of Marijuana • Possession of a Prescription Drug • Possession of Drug Paraphernalia • Possession of a Dangerous Drug • Criminal Trespassing • DUI • Urinating in Public
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Resources, Links, and FAQs
The first step in knowing how to handle criminal charges is having the knowledge to understand exactly what is happening. If you've been charged with a crime in Arizona, there are public resources available. These resources will help you understand the scope of the legal process and the steps we will take together during your trial in court.
  • Arizona’s Judicial Branch: The home page for the Arizona Judicial Branch. Here you can find information on your court case as well as contact information, important locations and hours, and up-to-date news and information on legal happenings in Arizona.
  • Arizona State Legal Info Hub: Frequently asked questions, self-service center, and information sheets are all available here.
  • Arizona Criminal Law Terms and Definitions: Criminal cases involve a person committing an act that is prohibited by Arizona state law and are punishable by probation, fines, imprisonment, and even death. The person charged with violating the state law is the defendant. He or she should retain a defense attorney to represent them in court and defend their case.
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