Possession of Marijuana
The Arizona state laws regarding the possession of marijuana have been changing in recent years. If you have been charged with marijuana possession, you will need an experienced attorney who is an expert on the current laws and statutes regarding marijuana, the Arizona State legal process, and criminal defense.
In the state of Arizona, if you have an experienced defense attorney to protect your rights and argue your case, jail time is not necessarily imposed for the first or second marijuana possession offense. The court will look at your past criminal record and your specific circumstances of the crime. This is why your choice for defense attorney matters to your future. With an effective and aggressive attorney to fight for your rights, the charges against you may be reduced, deferred, or even dismissed altogether.
Call Canyon State Law today to discuss your possession of marijuana case at (480) 900-2220. We are available 24/7 to listen to your needs, discuss your circumstances, and formulate a plan to protect your future.
Possession of a Prescription Drug
Possession of a prescription drug for the purpose of sale, distribution, or personal use as a result of addiction to the drug is illegal in the state of Arizona.
When possession of a prescription drug is combined with other charges such as prescription forgery, or when the amount of prescription drug exceeds certain levels, the charges can be much more serious. It’s essential that your criminal attorney is experienced in criminal law and and will launch an aggressive and effective defense to protect your rights.
Contact Canyon State Law today to discuss your possession of a prescription drug case at (480) 900-2220. The faster you retain an attorney, the more successful your case may be resolved.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
In the state of Arizona, possession of drug paraphernalia are stated to be water, glass, metal pipes, bongs made of plastic or glass, and any device used for smoking that may contain drug residue. Possession of drug paraphernalia is a class six felony in the State of Arizona.
If you are convicted of a first or second charge of possessing drug paraphernalia, you may be eligible for probation instead of prison or jail time. Your experienced criminal defense attorney at Canyon State Law firm may be able to plead the charges down to a misdemeanor.
Call Canyon State Law as soon as possible to discuss your possession of drug paraphernalia case at (480) 900-2220. Time is of the essence. Do not allow a prosecutor time to build a case against you without first having an advocate to defend your rights.
Possession of a Dangerous Drug
In Arizona, possession of a dangerous drug is a class four felony or can be a class on misdemeanor. If convicted, this charge can be punishable with up to six months of jail time and/or fines reaching $2,500.
Dangerous drugs refer to any prescription narcotic or any other drug other than marijuana, such as LSD, ecstasy, methamphetamine, steroids, GHB, mescaline, or PHP. If you are convicted of possession of a dangerous drug, you will face heavy penalties and possibly jail time. You need representation immediately. Please contact one of our knowledgeable, experienced criminal defense attorneys who can advocate on your behalf and protect your rights.
Call Canyon State Law today at (480) 900-2220 to discuss your possession of a dangerous drug case and the options available to you.
Criminal trespassing refers to three types: unlawfully entering or remaining on someone’s property without express permission of the owner; or remaining on their property after you’ve been asked to leave; or in violation of a posted sign.
Depending on circumstances, criminal trespassing can be a felony and may impose severe penalties up to and including two years in state prison.
Your best chance to fight a charge of criminal trespassing is to retain an experienced criminal defense attorney from Canyon State Law firm as soon as possible so they can fight on your behalf to lower the charge or have it dismissed entirely.
Contact Canyon State Law today at (480) 900-2220 to discuss your criminal trespassing case and review your options with an experienced defense attorney.
Driving under the influence (DUI) charges can derail your life. Many DUI charges are felonies under Arizona state law. Penalties for DUI are mandatory, if you are convicted. Once you are convicted, no one — your attorney, the judge, the prosecution — will have any discretion over your sentence.
Because of the severe consequences of a conviction, if you are charged with DUI, you absolutely MUST contact an experienced DUI attorney at Canyon State Law firm, who will advocate on your behalf to protect your rights and your future. The sooner you contact us, the faster we will begin to fight for the best possible outcome.
Contact Canyon State Law today at (480) 900-2220 to discuss your DUI case.
Urinating in Public
One momentary lapse of judgment leading to urinating in public can have serious repercussions. Urinating in public is a criminal offense in Arizona. If you are convicted of urinating in public, you may be required to register as a sex offender. This is a severe, life-altering consequence to conviction of this charge. Let Canyon State Law fight for you.
If you’ve been charged with urinating in public, contact us immediately to prevent a minor crime from turning into a major hardship for your career, your reputation, and your life for years to come.
Contact Canyon State Law today to discuss your urinating in public case. Our experienced attorneys and professional staff are available to you 24/7 at (480) 900-2220.