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Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Phoenix & Surrounding Areas

If you have been arrested in Chandler or elsewhere in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, you have a big problem even if you are innocent. The Arizona criminal justice system is complex, brutal, and merciless unless you are very familiar with it. Don’t worry, because the Chandler criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Brandon White have been winning in this environment for a long time now.

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Criminal Cases We Handle in Chandler, AZ

We leave it up to our clients to decide whether we're the best criminal defense attorneys in Phoenix and we are confident because our track record speaks for itself. Here’s just a few of the different types of matters we have helped our clients with:

DUI

DUI means driving under the influence of intoxicants- typically alcohol. Although DUI is usually a misdemeanor, under certain circumstances, Arizona can charge you with felony DUI.

Vehicular Crimes

A car can get you into trouble in a multitude of ways. Vehicular crimes range from misdemeanor offenses such as endangerment of injury to serious felonies such as negligent homicide.

Traffic Tickets

An individual traffic ticket is no big deal, but a series of them can put your driver’s license in jeopardy. Losing your license could lead to driving on a suspended license and further trouble.

Violent Crimes

Arizona treats violent crimes very seriously. Violent crimes include murder, assault, kidnapping, domestic violence, and similar offenses.

White Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes are non-violent crimes typically committed for financial motivations. Many white-collar crimes are computer crimes.

Theft Crimes

The penalties for theft vary greatly according to the financial value of the stolen items. In some cases, quibbling over the value of an item can make the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony.

Property Crimes

Arizona can charge you with a property crime for anything from spraying graffiti onto a wall to burning down your own home for the insurance proceeds.

Conspiracy

Conspiring to commit a crime can result in severe penalties, up to and including life in prison. It is easier to commit this offense than you might think.

Perjury

Perjury is lying under oath. Under certain circumstances, it can result in years in prison. You don’t have to be in court to commit perjury.

Drug Crimes

Drug crimes range from simple possession of a small amount of a controlled substance for personal use to operating a meth lab in your basement. Penalties range from moderate to severe.

Probation Violations

You can be convicted of a probation violation for activities as simple as associating with certain people, which would be perfectly legal if you weren’t on probation. The standard of proof is also lower.

Juvenile Crimes

Arizona adjudicates juvenile crimes using a completely different system than it does for adult crimes. This system is not always lenient.

Restoration of Rights

After you complete your sentence, you can apply to have your conviction “set aside”, which will release you from all penalties and disabilities arising from your conviction. We can help you with this.

Gun Crimes

Under Arizona criminal law, you can turn a relatively minor offense into a very serious offense by using a gun to commit it.

Solicitation

You commit the crime of solicitation when you try to get someone else to commit a crime. Penalties can be serious.

Failure to Appear

Failure to appear in court for one charge can get you charged with a second offense. In some cases, the penalty for failure to appear is harsher than the penalty for the original offense.

Offenses and Penalties in Arizona

Arizona maintains three classifications for its offenses — felonies, misdemeanors, and civil offenses or infractions.

We Consistently Take Cases to Trial And Win

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Contact Chandler Criminal Defense Lawyers for a Consultation Today

If you believe you deserve the best criminal defense lawyer in Phoenix, contact the Law Office of Brandon White for a confidential, no-obligation consultation.

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Top-Rated Criminal Defense Attorneys in Chandler, AZ

Whether you are charged with a felony or a misdemeanor in Phoenix, Arizona, it is crucial that you secure an experienced criminal defense attorney to handle your defense. Experienced attorneys are well-versed in how the criminal process works, and they can help you during all legal proceedings.

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Remember — never answer questions without your lawyer present. When investigators question you without your lawyer present, you might unintentionally incriminate yourself and thereby damage your case.

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Why Work With the Law Offices of Brandon White, P.C.?

Our firm was founded by former Arizona State Trooper Brandon White, and we know how the Arizona criminal justice system works. We will fight tirelessly to defend your rights.

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Decades of Experience

Our lawyers enjoy many decades of combined experience with criminal defense. Whatever happens in your case, we’ve seen it many times before.

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Aggressive and Personalized Defense Strategies

Every case is different, and every client has different concerns. We will create a tailor-made defense for you based on the unique facts of your case.

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Proven Results

The Law Office of Brandon White has won dismissals, acquittals, and favorable plea bargains for a multitude of clients.

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TESTIMONIALS

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I just had a telephone consultation with Mr. White and he took the time to explain to me every option I had to resolve a photo radar ticket I recieved in Mesa. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone seeking legal advice. Thanks again Brandon, I appreciate the honesty and clear communication we had.

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The whole staff at Brandon White is to be commended……They were thorough with my Traffic Case and kept in touch , communicating the possible outcomes and strategies. I would recommend them to anyone that needs legal help in a Traffic Civil or Criminal situation.

Craig D - San Tan Valley, Arizona

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Brandon reached out to me without expectations or any obligation to help with an issue I had. I appreciate the genuine kindness. Good stuff.

Joshua O - Flagstaff, Arizona

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The team of Brandon White is a wonderful team. They help my husband a lot and solve all the problems about the traffice case. Every member is so nice and patient. Our English are not good . They explain everything for us and send emails to tell us in detail. I really, really appreciate them and the price is cheap and fine. And no more other fees. Thank you very much!

Qian Z - Scottsdale, Arizona

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I’m Extremely satisfied with Brandon white and his team I’m from California and got a traffic ticket in Arizona they took care of everything and were able to get my ticket dismissed Great people and very helpful.

Julio T - Tucson, Arizona

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FAQ

Do I need a lawyer if I’m innocent?

Yes, you absolutely need a lawyer, even if you are innocent. The criminal justice system has many ways of trapping innocent people into a conviction or intimidating them into making unwise plea bargains.

Can the police conduct a search without a warrant?

Yes, they can, under certain circumstances. The general rule is that they need a warrant, but there are many exceptions. The police can search you in the incident of a lawful arrest, for example.

What should I do if I am accused of a crime?

Get a lawyer immediately. Invoke your right to remain silent and tell the police that you will not answer any questions without your lawyer present, even if the police have not yet arrested you. Stay off social media!