A woman was charged with her second DUI within 7 years after being involved in a collision in Scottsdale. Through our investigation, we found multiple mistakes made by the arresting officer. These errors were used to get the prosecution to reduce the alleged offense to a charge with no jail time.
A nurse was leaving the casino when she was pulled over for following a car too closely and subsequently charged with DUI. We used our knowledge of criminal procedure to litigate issues with the officers involved. These issues led to the prosecutor reducing the charge to Reckless Driving with no jail time.
A client was charged with resist arrest after being targeted by police during the protests of Summer 2020. Our firm developed a strategy with activists and members of the media that led to a dismissal of out client’s case and, eventually, all cases connected to the political prosecution of the protesters.
A woman was leaving old town when she struck a pedestrian. The charge had her facing mandatory prison of 5 – 15 years. After months of investigation, a plan was implemented that caused the prosecution to back off its harsh position, and reduce the charge to a low level felony and misdemeanor. We kept the client from serving years in prison.
A black man was pulled over by Salt River Police Department while visiting from out of town. Despite showing no signs of impairment, the officers arrested him and charged him with DUI Drugs. We investigated the case heavily and interviewed every officer involved. Ultimately, a motion to suppress was filed and granted after an evidentiary hearing before a Judge.
A woman and her boyfriend were arguing over the cleaning of their apartment. The police were called after things escalated and the woman was arrested. The Mesa City Prosecutors originally wanted the woman to do jail time. After working the case and providing background information, we were able to get the prosecutor to allow the woman to complete classes in exchange for a dismissal.
A man was charged with attacking a family with a knife. After reviewing the evidence, it was determined that the instrument used was not a knife at all. The Grand Jury had been misled, so we filed a motion challenging the grand jury presentation. The prosecutor, confronted with the truth, agreed to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor with no jail time.
A woman was pulled over on her birthday after it was alleged she ran a red light. After interviewing the officer, it was determined the officer was mistaken about what constituted a red light violation and had illegally pulled her over. The prosecutor, not wanting to litigate, decided to reduce the charge to Reckless Driving and the client paid a fine, avoiding jail, ignition interlock device, and license ramifications.
A man was pulled over in Chandler and alleged to be DUI. We scrutinized the results of the blood test and found multiple inaccuracies. These issues were used to convince the Chandler prosecutor to dismiss the case.
A man was out on a walk and was stopped by police because he was in the area of an attempted vehicle theft. The man maintained his innocence, but the owner of the truck identified him as the man he saw attempting to steal it. We worked tirelessly to prepare a defense and get the prosecution to see reason. The State wouldn’t budge, so the case went to trial. After a 4 day trial, the jury took approximately 10 minutes to return a Not Guilty verdict.
We have experience managing violent cases that fall under the categories of murder and manslaughter. Out of respect for all Nava Law Firm clients that fall under this case type, we are not providing any information on our website. If you or a loved one have been charged with one of these serious charges, do not speak to police officers and please contact our firm immediately to get a free consultation.