The basis for an arrest on an assault or theft charge could actually turn out to be a case of mistaken identity.
A drug arrest may be the result of a vendetta — a “friend” who planted controlled substances in your car or home to get even with you.
A traffic stop for DUI might have begun with police mistaking weather-related erratic driving for drunk driving.
Were you coerced into confessing to a crime you did not commit? Was your residence the target of illegal search and seizure? Did a defective or malfunctioning breathalyzer play a role in your distorted blood-alcohol content reading?
You’ll never know for sure — unless a skilled defense lawyer’s investigation gets to the facts of why you are now in trouble with the law, your freedoms and future hanging in the balance. An experienced criminal defense attorney makes sure that witnesses are interviewed, evidence is collected and analyzed, and police reports are examined for any sign of dubious arrest procedures that may have violated your rights.
Steven Zachary of The Zachary Law Group has access to expert investigative resources who look carefully into every aspect of your dealings with local and state police — before, during and after you are taken into custody. He brings the facts of your case to skillful negotiation with prosecutors and works hard to achieve a reduction or dismissal of your charges. If your case does go to trial, he builds a persuasive presentation for your version of events that resonates with judge and jury alike.
If you have been arrested for a serious criminal offense in Arizona, keep in mind that every problem has a solution. You can take it with a grain of salt, you can take your chances in a courtroom, you can ignore the possibility of a negative outcome, or you can … “Zach it.” The Zachary Law Group wants you to know that the law is on your side. Call experienced defense lawyer Steven Zachary in Gilbert today and take your worry away. 480-389-3533.