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I realize that being arrested and charged with a felony or misdemeanor crime is one of the most stressful events in a person's life.  Aside from the potential for jail or prison time, being placed on probation or being required to pay huge fines and restitution, a criminal conviction can result in many other serious consequences.  People charged with, or convicted of criminal offenses in Arizona are at risk of losing jobs, being barred from future employment opportunities, losing state licenses and certificates, being denied housing and having a criminal record.  During the last twenty years, I have represented thousands of people charged with marijuana and drug offenses, violent crimes, burglary, domestic violence and probation violations in Tempe, Mesa, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Gilbert and other cities throughout Maricopa and Pinal counties.  My clients can reach me directly by phone, e-mail or text at any time with questions or to talk about their case.  Additionally, all of my education, training and experience as a police officer, detective, and felony prosecutor  will be utilized to get you the best result possible.   

Here are Some Recent Criminal Case Results:

No Jail in Marijuana Sales Case:  Client charged with selling marijuana to undercover police officers on several different occasions.  Because of the number of sales, client was facing a mandatory prison term if he was convicted at trial.  A plea was negotiated where client received probation, no jail and will have the charges reduced to a misdemeanor once his probation is successfully completed. (State v. I.R.)

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Not Guilty Aggravated Assault: Client was charged with Aggravated Assault with a handgun following a road rage incident.  Client was facing a mandatory prison term between five and fifteen years if convicted at trial.  Case was tried to a jury and client was found not guilty. (State v. P.C.)

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Armed Robbery Not Guilty: Client was charged with Armed Robbery after allegedly robbing a drug dealer. Client was facing a mandatory term of seven to twenty one years if convicted at trial.  Case was tried to a jury where the credibility of alleged victim became an issue.  Client was acquitted of all charges. (State v. R.I.) 

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Methamphetamine Sales Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with possession of methamphetamine for sale after police stopped client and her boyfriend. Police searched the client and her vehicle and recovered a substantial quantity of methamphetamine.  A motion was filed arguing that the police violated the client's rights when they searched her. The motion was granted by the court, all evidence was suppressed and the case was dismissed. (State v. J.H.)

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Not Guilty Motor Vehicle Theft: Client was charged with motor vehicle theft after a witness allegedly observed the client abandon a stolen car on the street.  Client was facing mandatory prison if convicted at trial because of prior felony convictions.  Client was acquitted of all charges at trial. (State v. P.D.)

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Not Guilty Armed Robbery and Kidnapping: Client was charged with armed robbery and kidnapping after an incident in a Phoenix strip mall parking lot. Client was facing life in prison because of his prior felony convictions.  Case was tried to a jury, client was found not guilty and was immediately released from jail. (State v. A.C.)

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Marijuana Sales Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with transportation of marijuana for sale after police stopped him for a traffic violation, searched his car and found approximately two hundred pounds of marijuana. All evidence was suppressed after a motion was filed which challenged the conduct of the police in searching the client's car.  Case was ultimately dismissed. (State v. S.B.)

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Child Molestation Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with child molestation and allegedly engaging in improper conduct with his step-daughter. Client was going thru a divorce when the allegations were made to police.  Charges were completely dismissed when evidence was provided by us to the prosecutor which showed the client's ex-wife made the allegations up as a means to extort the client during divorce proceedings. (State v. R.D.) 

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Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with disorderly conduct and assault following a physical altercation with his adult stepson.  Client was facing probation and a jail term because he was on probation for another offense.  The charges were dismissed completely by the prosecutor. (State v. B.S.)

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Aggravated Assault on Police Dismissed: Client charged with aggravated assault on police, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia after being stopped and contacted by police.  Client was facing a mandatory prison term if convicted at trial.  All charges were completely dismissed when our investigation revealed officers were being untruthful regarding the incident. (State v. R.B.)

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Domestic Violence Charges DismissedClient charged with Assault and Criminal Damage following an altercation with his wife.  Client was facing probation, mandatory classes and potential jail time as well as the loss of his job.  After argument to the Court, the charges were completely dismissed.

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Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed:  Client was charged with a second domestic violence offense involving assault, disorderly conduct and threats against his wife.  Client was facing jail time, probation and mandatory classes. Charges were completely dismissed. (State v. F.S.)

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Assault Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with assault and disorderly conduct following an altercation in his home.  Client was facing probation, jail time and a permanent conviction on his record. Client was worried about the impact a conviction would have on future employment opportunities as Client was a student in college. Charges were completely dismissed. (State v. A.R.)

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Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with a Domestic Violence offense after an argument with his wife turned physical.  Client was anxious about the charges as he is currently a professional and seeking a doctorate.  After lengthy negotiations, charges were eventually dismissed. (State v. J.C.) 

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Assault Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with Domestic Violence Assault after a verbal argument with his girlfriend. Client's girlfriend contacted police and alleged that Client had pushed and punched her. Client was arrested and barred from returning to his own residence.  After full investigation of the case, the charges were completely dismissed. (State v. J.L)

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Armed Robbery/Weapons Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with Armed Robbery, Kidnaping, Weapons Violations and Aggravated Assault following allegations he took money and property from two separate victims in two separate incidents.  Client was facing over seventy years if convicted at trial. Charges were completely dismissed after a complete investigation was undertaken and issues pertaining to each victims' credibility and identification of the client was discovered. (State v. R.W)

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Methamphetamine Sales Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with selling methamphetamine to a confidential police informant on two separate occasions.  Client was facing a presumptive term of over fifteen years in prison due to the allegations and his prior criminal history.  Case was completely dismissed by the prosecutor after defense investigation revealed credibility issues with the informant and lack of preservation of evidence by police. (State v. T.R.)

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Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed: Client was arrested and charged with assault and disorderly conduct following an altercation with his live in girlfriend.  Client faced up to six months jail, probation and loss of his firearms  rights upon conviction.  Case was completely dismissed at trial. (State v. C.C.)

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Aggravated Assault Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with Aggravated Assault, a class 3 Dangerous Felony and was facing a mandatory prison term between five and fifteen years. Client was charged after coming to the defense of a woman who ws being severely assaulted by her boyfriend.  Client stabbed the alleged victim after the "victim" ignored warnings to stop beating his girlfriend.  Charges were ultimately dismissed following lengthy negotiations with the prosecution and convincing the prosecutor that the Client had a legal defense related to the protection of a third party. 

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Domestic Violence Charges Dismissed: Client was charged with domestic violence, disorderly conduct following an altercation with her ex-boyfriend.  Client risked the loss of her employment along with other mandatory penalties upon conviction.  Charges were completely dismissed at trial. (State v. T.R.)

Call (480) 833-8613 Now for a Free Consultation:

If you, a family member or friend has been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony offense in Arizona, it is important that you immediately begin working with a qualified criminal defense attorney who can effectively represent you in the court of law and take necessary steps to protect your freedom. Attorney Raymond Kimble has successfully defended clients over the last twenty years who had faced mandatory jail or prison terms, probation or other penalties.  Mr. Kimble is available can be reached directly during evenings and weekends for consultation or to answer any questions you might have. 

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For a Free Consultation please call (480) 833-8613 or complete the form in the sidebar. Mr. Kimble can be reached 24/7 and is available for appointments during the evening and on weekends as well.

About Raymond Kimble

Raymond A. Kimble is a former police officer and felony prosecutor who has twenty years experience defending people accused of DUI and other criminal offenses throughout Arizona. Mr. Kimble represents clients seeking experienced and aggressive representation to help them fight the charges they face. For more information, contact The Law Office of Raymond A. Kimble today.