Best Arizona Criminal Defense Attorneys
No matter what type of criminal charge you are facing, you need to work with an experienced criminal attorney to make sure that you receive the best possible outcome. Only an experienced Criminal Defense Attorney can think as a prosecutor to best anticipate the government’s strategy and formulate the right plan, at the right time to defeat it. The criminal attorneys at The Hogle Firm have served for over a decade as a criminal justice attorney and they use that experience and insight daily to defend his clients in Mesa and throughout Arizona in a way that few other lawyers can. As one of the most experienced criminal defense attorney in Mesa AZ, Mr. Hogle understands every aspect of the criminal justice system in Arizona, and it’s suburbs such as Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Apache Junction, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Queen Creek, and others. Arizona criminal defense lawyer Dana Hogle has been protecting the rights of people in Arizona just like you for over a decade, so he can fight the battles with the prosecutors with experience, knowledge, wisdom and a keen intellect. Even when going up against the full power of the Mesa or Arizona government, you can be sure that the criminal defense attorneys at The Hogle Firm, won’t back down from any fight. The only way you become one of the best criminal defense attorneys in Mesa is by experience. The best criminal defense attorneys know how to persuade a judge or jury that the case against their client is weak and that a finding of not guilty is the only just result. Successful criminal attorneys can pick apart the State’s case with a very thorough cross-examination of police, eyewitnesses, and other government witnesses. Our criminal defense lawyers have always fought to ensure the best outcome for their clients and loved one because we are always ready to battle at trial.
Santa Rosa Attorneys
The Santa Rosa Attorneys of the Beck Law P.C., law firm, headquartered in Santa Rosa California have been serving the family law, labor and employment law, criminal defense, dui defense personal injury, civil litigation, real estate, and business law needs of clients in Sonoma County, Mendocino County and Lake County California since its establishment in 1975. Attorney Daniel B. Beck is a trial lawyer with more than 35 years experience in several areas of law including family law, divorce law, labor and employment law, criminal law, dui matters, personal injury, civil litigation, real estate law, and business law. Attorney Daniel B. Beck has practiced before the Superior and Appellate courts of California and the Federal Courts of Nevada, Idaho and Washington D.C. He is a member in good standing with the California Bar Association. Mr. Beck earned his B.A. at the University of California Los Angeles in 1968 and his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University in Los Angeles, California in 1971. He earned his M.A, at Sonoma State University in 1974. Beck Law P.C., represents a highly diverse group of clients. We are proud to say that our clientele are quick to refer family, friends, and business associates to the firm. Our qualified attorneys and staff are well trained and knowledgeable, and understand the need to serve our clients; further, we provide a motivated legal team that engages in efficient and creative problem solving, while providing aggressive and high quality legal services. Beck Law P.C., uses state of the art technology and cost effective methods to provide services in a timely, friendly and efficient manner. We stand behind our belief that our clients always come first.
Driving Under the Influence: Do Strict DUI Laws Really Work?
The state with the strictest DUI laws, Arizona, had the 17th highest DUI fatality rate in 2013 alone. In California and New York, DUI policies were slightly less strict than average, and the DUI fatality rate in 2013 was relatively low in both states. In Texas and Florida, DUI policies were slightly more strict than average, while the DUI fatality rate in 2013 was above average in both states. The ten states with the lowest DUI fatality rates in 2013 ranged in DUI strictness from #2 to #50. These states differ in many ways, including whether there is a minimum sentence or fine for a first DUI conviction, whether an administrative license suspension law is in effect, and what the ignition interlock requirements are. By contrast, when these same sets of states are compared based on their DUI strictness points, laws in low fatality states are only 14% more strict than those in high fatality states. It would seem, strict state DUI laws are not reliably associated with low fatal DUI crash rates. According to one study, a state’s decision to establish new DUI laws isn’t related to the number of deaths drunk driving is associated with or even the political leanings of the state’s government. Rather, the factors most likely to lead a state to adopt new DUI policies were large populations of young people and neighboring states with similar driving laws. One thing states can do is pursue public awareness campaigns to further shift attitudes against drunk driving and to invest more in making sure existing DUI laws are enforced. Of course, this isn’t to say that state governments shouldn’t pursue new DUI laws, such as lowering the legal BAC limit to 0.05% or requiring all first time DUI offenders to install an ignition interlock device, as such policies can play some role in lowering DUI fatality rates.