If you have been arrested for DUI or any criminal offense in Scottsdale, you should immediately contact attorney, Raymond Kimble. Ray Kimble has represented thousands of people in Scottsdale and the surrounding area and has practiced criminal and DUI defense for over twenty years.
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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.
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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
Assault, homicide and violent crimes
Theft and Property Crimes
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.
CONTACT THE LAW OFFICE OF RAYMOND KIMBLE
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.
People are at greater risk of arrest and prosecution for online activities which are illegal since the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that a warrant is not necessary to obtain a person's IP address or internet subscriber information.
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.
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.
If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense after being arrested during a protest event in Phoenix or any other city in Arizona, you should immediately contact an experienced criminal defense attorney to protect your rights.
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.
Out of state residents who are charged with DUI while visiting Arizona must appear in court as required and satisfy any penalties associated with their sentence. Additionally, people who reside outside of Arizona must be aware that their "home" state can take action against their drivers license following a DUI charge or conviction here.
Arizona law permits people to use physical force or even deadly force against people who pose a threat to you or your property. This justification defenses can be available to defend against many criminal charges including assault, aggravated assault, etc.
Although a speedy trial is guaranteed to everyone who is charged with a misdemeanor or felony offense in Arizona, there are a number of advantages a person may have resulting from a delay before their case is brought to trial.
Can a Caregiver or Medical Cardholder Provide Marijuana to Another Person who has a Medical Marijuana Card in Arizona?
Valid Medical Marijuana cardholders and Marijuana Caregivers can be prosecuted for felony offenses if they receive something of value in exchange for providing marijuana to a qualifying patient.
A felony conviction in Arizona will result in the suspension or loss of important civil rights, including the right to own a firearm. To restore your civil rights, there are several steps which must be taken.
To lessen the negative impact a conviction may have on your future, you should speak with an attorney about the possibility of having a misdemeanor or felony conviction set aside.
A domestic violence charge and conviction can result in the suspension or revocation of your Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card.
Domestic violence offenses, investigations and arrests have increased recently in the Phoenix area as more people are under stay at home orders due to the recent COVID 19 pandemic. Consequently, people facing a domestic violence charge should immediately consult with an experienced attorney.
Police can now lawfully initiate a motor vehicle stop even though they have not observed an actual moving violation if they receive information that the owner of the vehicle has a suspended or revoked license.
The coronavirus is causing many changes and delays in the manner that criminal cases are normally processed in Maricopa County Superior Court. If you have a felony charge pending, make sure to remain in contact with your lawyer.
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.
If you have been arrested or charged with a domestic violence offense in Arizona, there are a number of steps you should take to protect your legal rights and avoid potentially severe penalties.
Police will again be on the lookout for impaired drivers during this holiday season. Although the best practice is to avoid drinking and driving, here are some tips you can follow if stopped and investigated for DUI in Arizona.
Although breathalyzer tests results can be powerful evidence and are often relied upon to prosecute people for DUI in Arizona, there are many issues which must be examined to determine whether the intoxilyzer tests results are accurate, reliable or admissible.
If you have been charged with DUI, Possession of Marijuana or any criminal offense in the State of Arizona, an experienced and knowledgeable attorney that regularly practices criminal defense can provide valuable assistance.
Although many people think of shoplifting as a minor crime, there are many situations where you can find yourself being arrested and charged with a felony offense.
Your Arizona fingerprint clearance card application may be rejected or alternatively your existing fingerprint clearance card suspended or revoked if your have been charged with or convicted of a misdemeanor or felony offense.
Although a DUI charge will not result in the revocation of your fingerprint clearance card, a restriction will be placed on the fingerprint card which can affect your employment.
The State of Arizona prohibits anyone who is under the age of 21 from driving or being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle with alcohol in their system. People convicted of a "Minor DUI" charge may lose their license for two years and be required to pay fines, complete alcohol classes and can be ordered to serve jail time.