We handle a wide range of criminal cases, including DUI, drug offenses, assault, theft, domestic violence, and more. Our experienced attorney is well-versed in Arizona criminal law.
A criminal defense attorney can protect your rights, provide legal advice, negotiate with prosecutors, and build a strong defense strategy to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. Without an attorney, you may face harsher penalties and a more challenging legal process.
You can reach us by phone at 602-418-1864 or use our online contact form to request a consultation. We offer free initial consultations to discuss your case.
Remain calm and exercise your right to remain silent. Do not provide any statements or information to law enforcement without your attorney present. Contact us immediately, and we will guide you through the process.
DUI convictions in Arizona can result in fines, license suspension, probation, mandatory alcohol education programs, and even jail time, depending on the circumstances. Our team can help you minimize these consequences and explore legal options.
The legal process can vary based on your specific case. It typically involves arrest, arraignment, pre-trial hearings, negotiations, trial, and sentencing (if applicable). Our team will explain each step and keep you informed throughout the process.
Legal fees can vary depending on the complexity of your case. We offer competitive rates and may provide flexible payment options. During your free consultation, we'll discuss the costs and options with you.
We have a proven track record of success, extensive experience in Arizona criminal law, a dedicated legal team, and a commitment to personalized, strategic representation. Chad Pajerski is also a certified criminal specialist in Arizona. This means that we are held to a higher standard than other criminal defense attorneys. We prioritize your rights and work tirelessly to achieve the best outcome for your case.
To make the most of your initial consultation, bring any relevant documents, police reports, court documents, and a list of questions or concerns you have about your case.
If you discover that there is an outstanding warrant for your arrest, it's crucial to address it promptly. Contact us, and we can help you navigate the legal process, potentially resolving the warrant and mitigating the associated consequences.