A Different Kind of Criminal Defense


The lawyer you choose to defend you against your criminal charge can have a great impact on the outcome of your case. A quality defense attorney should be able to thoroughly investigate your case by conducting interviews of officers and witnesses, examining police reports and constructing the events of the case to see how they compare with what is alleged.
DUI Attorney Lawyer, Criminal Defense Arizona, AZ, Phoenix
As a former police officer and detective, attorney Raymond Kimbleis able to identify many of the procedures that law enforcement officials use when gathering evidence, interviewing suspects and building cases. As a former prosecutor in Maricopa County, Mr. Kimble understands how prosecutors will pursue criminal convictions. This experience allows Mr. Kimble to evaluate cases from all angles and to provide quality representation to his clients.

Whether you have been arrested for drunk driving, for any felony or misdemeanor offense in Arizona, you need a lawyer you can trust. Contact the Law Office of Raymond Kimble at (480) 833-8613 and talk with us for free about your case.

The Law Office of Raymond Kimble was founded in 1999 and has practiced criminal and DUI defense exclusively since its inception.

Our firm is currently located in Tempe, Arizona, and we serve clients throughout Arizona, including the Phoenix area, who have been arrested for misdemeanor and felony offenses, including:
Our firm represents individuals charged with misdemeanor and felony crimes that include:

Drunk Driving and DUI Offenses
Drug Crimes
Assault, homicide and violent crimes
Theft and Property Crimes
Sexual Offenses
Probation violations

Prior to opening his firm, Mr. Kimble worked as a police officer and attended the Seton Hall University School of Law, where he graduated in the top ten percent of his class. After completing law school, Mr. Kimble moved to Arizona and prosecuted a wide variety of felony matters, including DUI's, as a prosecutor with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office.
Our firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of our clients and pursuing justice through experienced legal representation. Contact the Law Office of Raymond Kimble to schedule a free consultation. Call (480) 833-8613 to make an appointment and get the help that you need. For the convenience of our clients, we are available nights and weekends, offer payment plans and accept all major credit cards.

Defending Against Your Marijuana DUI Charge

Posted by Raymond Kimble | Nov 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

Police officers throughout Arizona will be increasing patrols to find drivers who may be impaired by marijuana not that the recreational use of marijuana has been legalized. If you are charged with a marijuana related DUI offense, you should contact Raymond Kimble for experienced and effective representation.

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Major Highlights of Legalized Marijuana in Arizona

Posted by Raymond Kimble | Nov 09, 2020 | 0 Comments

The legalization of recreational marijuana use in Arizona allows people over the age of 21 to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and cultivate six plants within their own homes. However, there are limitations to Prop 207 which people should be aware of in order to avoid arrest, prosecution or a loss of employment.

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Expungement of Your Arizona Marijuana Possession Conviction

Posted by Raymond Kimble | Aug 25, 2020 | 0 Comments

Should the current ballot initiative concerning the recreational use of marijuana in Arizona be passed, people convicted of low level marijuana offenses will have the ability to have their convictions expunged. An expungement will result in a low level marijuana conviction being sealed and removed from public court records.

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Will Coronavirus Cause an Increase in Domestic Violence Arrests

Posted by Raymond Kimble | Mar 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Domestic violence arrests and prosecutions are expected to increase during the coronavirus crisis because family members are forced to remain at home together for much longer periods of time due to losses of employment, quarantine, school closures and the closings of entertainment venues, restaurants, bars and shops. Domestic violence charges will still be aggressively prosecuted and harsh penalties can result.

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