DUI attorney Nick Alcock has handled thousands of DUI cases in every court in the Valley. He has 15 years experience handling both misdemeanors and felony DUI cases.
Managing Partner James Tinker is a former DUI prosecutor and DUI judge. He directly supervises all DUI cases at the firm and is available for free consultations. We have three more former DUI prosecutors on staff.
Chelsea Peterson is a former police officer with extensive DUI training. As a paralegal for the firm, she helps us investigate and litigate DUIs.
We handle cases throughout Arizona, including Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Glendale and all courts throughout the valley. The law firm of Alcock and Associates has experienced DUI lawyers dedicated to winning your case. We offer affordable flat fees for Criminal Defense and DUI cases. We have handled thousands of cases throughout the valley and we know what it takes to win.
Our staff of DUI attorneys who practice in the Phoenix area include former Maricopa County Arizona prosecutors. We also have experienced former city court prosecutors who understand all the details surrounding misdemeanor DUI prosecution.
Whether you are charged with a misdemeanor DUI or an Aggravated DUI (either a class 6 or class 4 felony), we can handle it. An experience DUI attorney is ready to sit down and discuss the circumstances of your case at no cost to you. Best yet, we can begin your DUI case with a down payment and affordable payments to follow.
Our DUI attorneys have years of experience in Maricopa County Superior Court, Phoenix Municipal Court, Mesa City Court, Glendale City Court and Tempe Municipal Court.
If you are charged with a misdemeanor DUI and have to go to a city court you need to know the following. Many times the prosecutors will approach you on your first court date and ask you if you want to give up your right to have a DUI attorney at your side. In Arizona and Maricopa County in particular there is a push to resolve cases faster.
As a result, some people feel pressured to plead guilty before they know all the facts about their case. You do have the right to review police reports, DUI blood results, photographs, Motor Vehicle Department records and other documents. There is nothing wrong with asking to see them. You typically never face a penalty for taking your time until you have a chance to look at the evidence against you.
However, if you have been charged with a felony DUI, you do have time to seek advice from a private attorney. But don't delay. Felony DUI cases have strict time limits. If you were charged with an Aggravated DUI, we suggest that you move quickly and call our DUI attorneys for a free consultation.
Don't fall victim to pressure. Protect yourself and your family. Learn the truth about your case and defend yourself. We are more than willing to help.
We know how to handle your DUI case
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