Misdemeanor DUIs and Endangerment Charges. I was in court this morning representing a client for a misdemeanor DUI and a class 6 felony Endangerment Charge. According to Arizona Revised Statute 13-1201, a person commits Endangerment by “recklessly endangering another person with a substantial risk of imminent death of physical injury.” My client was charged with Endangerment
Matt really helped me out in my time of need
I wish I could Matt 6 stars! He really helped me out in my time of need. I was charged with a first time super extreme DUI offense in Mesa, which I hear is a very strict part of town. I am from California so I didn’t expect how super extreme the penalties of a DUI would be. I had called a few other lawyers around Arizona, but from the moment that I spoke with Matthew Lopez I felt instantly relieved. From his knowledge of the laws to making me feel like a close friend, and that is what made it a lot less nerve wrenching. Even when we were hit with a few speed bumps Matt continued to fight for me and we were able to get great results! My initial punishment was going to be with 3 charges resulting in 9 days jail and 36 days of house arrest. However, Matt was able to reduce the sentence down to only an extreme with a jail sentence of 7 days and 28 days of home detention! A whole 10 days!! Him and Janelle were always so friendly and helpful I have already recommended a friend to him, and would do the same for anyone else facing a DUI charge!