People who are accused of violent crimes that harm and end lives are considered the lowest of the low.
If you stand accused of a violent crime such as aggravated assault, domestic violence or homicide in Arizona, there is no way to change how others feel about you.
But you can do something — now — to ensure that your rights are protected in negotiations with prosecutors and in court.
You need an experienced defense attorney on your side if you are to avoid brutal, life-changing punishments for conviction on felony charges of carjacking, home invasion, manslaughter, kidnapping, arson, spousal abuse or child abuse, armed robbery or a serious weapons violation during the commission of a crime.
The assistance of a skilled lawyer may be your only hope against the threat of jail or prison, heavy fines, a criminal record and damage to reputation, employment and housing prospects that you might never recover from.
Right now the best thing you can do, for yourself and those closest to you, is to retain the most dedicated, energetic defense representation you can find in Greater Phoenix — a lawyer who will aggressively safeguard your interests, in and out of court. Someone who can get to the facts behind your arrest. Someone who realizes that many arrests for assault are made due to cases of mistaken identity and evidence that is corrupted. Someone who will hold prosecutors to their burden of proof and use the principle of “reasonable doubt” to your advantage.
Steven Zachary of the Zachary Law Group is precisely that kind of skilled, experienced, client-committed criminal defense attorney in Greater Phoenix He is dedicated to protecting the rights of his Arizona clients who have been accused of any violent crime.
Steven Zachary wants you to know that every problem has a solution. You can dismiss it, assume that time will take care of it, or you can … “Zach it.” The law is on your side. Call the Zachary Law Group in Gilbert today and take your worry away. Call 480-389-3533. Your initial consultation can take place at a police station, jail or courthouse after an arrest if necessary.