It is extremely common for our attorneys to represent a client in Scottsdale for a Disorderly Conduct case. Every week, Scottsdale publishes their weekly arrest report – the most common offenses are disorderly conduct, urinating in public, domestic violence, and DUI. If you are reading this and you’ve been charged with disorderly conduct, you’re not alone. After you read this blog, take a deep breath and call our office to receive free legal advice from one of our award-winning attorneys.
There are many lawyers throughout Arizona who claim to have experience, but unless a lawyer is at your court on a very regular basis, they simply will not be able to provide you with the best possible outcome. Our law office is located approximately 4 miles from Tempe Municipal Court.
How to Get your Arizona Case Expunged Unfortunately, there isn’t a way to have an Arizona criminal conviction expunged. Many other states allow a judge to completely expunge a court record after a certain amount of years have passed. Although Arizona may not have an ability to expunge a case or conviction, we do have