Will I go to Jail if Convicted for Criminal Speeding in Scottsdale

There are two very common questions are attorneys receive whenever someone is faced with criminal speeding. The first is whether they will go to jail. The second is how long the criminal conviction will be on the record. Criminal speeding in Arizona is a class 3 criminal misdemeanor. You may see on your ticket that you’re charged with either criminal speeding or excessive speeding. It’s important to note, criminal speeding and excessive speeding are the same thing. You will face one of these charges if you were either traveling more than 20 miles per hour over the posted speed limit or greater than 85 mph on the freeway. Your chances of getting this case dismissed without an attorney are incredibly slim.

Criminal Speeding Arrest

Throughout the years, our attorneys have developed an effective strategy for Scottsdale criminal speeding cases. We have a system in place that we use for all of our clients. Our system works. If you hour our office to represent you for criminal speeding, we need to be clear, our main objective is to not only prevent you from going to jail, it’s to prevent you from having a criminal record. On average, we can have criminal speeding cases either dismissed or reduced to civil speeding within 60 days.

If you’ve been charged with criminal speeding or excessive speeding in Scottsdale, there is really no reason to worry. Often times, people who have been charged with criminal speeding will call our office with several concerns. There is no reason to be concerned if you decide to hire our law office. We will walk you through the entire process. We will devise a strategy unique to your case, and most importantly, within the next 60 days we will work to get your case dismissed or reduced.

You’ll be surprised, at how affordable our fees are for criminal speeding cases. We offer affordable payment plans and accept all major credit cards. It is smart, to invest a very small amount of money in an accomplished law firm in order to have your case dismissed or reduced. Please give us a call, to discuss how our attorneys can help beat your Scottsdale criminal speeding or excessive speeding case. (602) 980-1987