One of the most common offenses we see in Scottsdale is Disorderly Conduct. A Disorderly Conduct Charge generally arises out of an act that someone commits while they are at a club or a bar. The challenging aspect of Disorderly Conduct is that it’s a subjective charge. Arizona law vaguely criminalizes any act that appears to be disorderly. So who makes the determination of whether an act is disorderly? The answer, while unfair, is the police. This means, that two people could commit the same act and only one person receives the charge of disorderly conduct. This could possibly be explained by the fact that there were two separate police officers involved and one happens to be stricter than the other.
There are several charges that are common within Scottsdale’s bar district. These charges include: disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, assault and failure to obey police officer. Our law firm gets hired almost every day for a different type of offense in the city of Scottsdale.
Driving privileges can be suspended or revoked for many reasons, usually due to a previous driving-related offense. When a driver’s license has been suspended it can hamper your ability to manage your life, from work or school to everyday errands you need to complete. However, getting behind the wheel with a suspended Arizona license can
If you are charged with an assault in Scottsdale, you could be facing serious consequences that can impact your future. You may think you are safe from being accused of assault if you refrain from hitting or hurting another individual, but that’s not necessarily the case. It is more common than you may believe for a person to be charged with an assault falsely, or due to another person’s perception of their actions. It is important to understand what is considered assault under Arizona law and what your options are if you are charged.
When we’re hired to represent somebody for criminal speeding ticket, we have one objective. Our objective is to get the case dismissed as quickly as possible. So if your concern is not the fine but having a criminal conviction on your record, Matthew Lopez Law is the right law firm for you.
It would seem that consuming alcohol in public is a victimless crime – and I would agree with that. Generally speaking, people charged with drinking in public are doing it late at night and are doing it around other people who are also partying in Scottsdale.
The Waste Management Phoenix Open is undoubtedly one of the most popular activities in Phoenix. The Open is not just your typical golf tournament, it’s an outdoor party with 150,000 people. Golfing is secondary to drinking and having fun. That being said, Scottsdale Police know that Open is frequented by ASU students who are ready