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Highly-Rated Criminal Defense Lawyers

The entire staff at the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm is dedicated to the aggressive defense of our clients. We understand that everyone is entitled to an aggressive defense in their legal matter. It is crucially important to organize the best defensive strategy possible, and as early as possible. The preservation of a defendant’s right to their day in court is a cornerstone of our judicial system and one that we take very seriously.

Criminal Defense Attorneys have the duty to represent people who have been charged with crimes. Some of these people are completely innocent, but not all of them are. As such, criminal defense attorneys also represent people who have been charged with serious crimes. When we do, the public will usually vilify the attorney for representing someone who may be guilty of a very serious offense. Few people see criminal defense lawyers as heroes, but that is exactly what they are…unsung heroes.

With the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm, you can be sure your case will be analyzed in detail and that you will get a strategy tailored especially for your case. If needed, we can do our own investigation and collect various documents important to the process. During the whole process, you will know what the strategy is and you can, of course, share your views. If you need to hire a professional, experienced and dedicated criminal defense lawyer, call the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm.

If you have been charged with any of the crimes below, contact the Attorneys for Freedom today or call our Arizona office at 480-755-7110 or Hawai’i office at 808-647-2423 to schedule a Strategy Session with a criminal defense lawyer.

Drug Crimes

  • Possession or Use of a Dangerous Drug
  • Possession or Use of Drug Paraphernalia
  • Possession of Dangerous Drugs For Sale
  • Transportation of Drugs For Sale
  • Manufacture of Dangerous Drugs
  • Cultivation or Growing of Marijuana
  • Distribution of Drugs
  • Prescription Fraud
  • Drug Trafficking

Federal Crimes

  • Antitrust Violations
  • Asset Forfeiture
  • Child Pornography
  • Conspiracy Cases
  • Counterfeiting
  • Cyberstalking
  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug Trafficking
  • Fraud
  • Insider Trading
  • International Extradition
  • IRS Violations
  • Medicare Fraud
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Tax Evasion
  • Trade Secret Theft
  • Federal Criminal Appeals
  • Federal Criminal Trials
  • Grand Jury Representation

Sex Crimes

  • Sexual Conduct with a Minor
  • Child Molestation
  • Sexual Exploitation of a Minor
  • Child Pornography
  • Luring a Minor for Sexual Exploitation
  • Solicitation of Prostitution
  • Public Sexual Indecency
  • Indecent Exposure
  • Failure to Register as a Sex Offender
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Prostitution
  • Sexual Assault

Assault Crimes

  • Assault / Domestic Violence
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Unlawful Imprisonment
  • Robbery: Aggravated or Armed Robbery
  • Endangerment
  • Homicide
  • First Degree Murder
  • Second Degree Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm
  • Kidnapping
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Aggravated Harassment
  • Child Abuse
  • Violation of Order of Protection / Injunction Against Harassment
  • Drive-By Shootings
  • Stalking
  • Harassment
  • Negligent Homicide
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Misconduct With a Weapon
  • Aggravated Domestic Violence (Felony)

DUI Crimes

  • Aggravated DUI
  • Marijuana DUI
  • Extreme DUI
  • Super Extreme DUI
  • Underage DUI
  • OUI (Operating Under the Influence) “BOAT”
  • Reckless driving
  • Endangerment

Gun Crimes

  • Drive-by Shootings
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Restoration of Gun Rights
  • Disorderly Conduct with a Firearm
  • Unlawful Discharge of a Firearm
  • Endangerment
  • Misconduct with Weapons
  • Straw Purchase of a Firearm
  • Prohibited Possessor
  • Illegal Manufacture of a Firearm
  • Illegal Transfer of a Firearm
  • NFA (National Firearms) Violations

White Collar Crimes

  • Fraudulent Schemes
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Racketeering (RICO) / Illegally Conducting an Enterprise
  • Mail fraud, Wire Fraud, Bank Fraud
  • Money Laundering (Federal Charge) U.S.C. §1956
  • Money Laundering (State Violations) A.R.S. §13-2317
  • Extortion
  • Possession of a Forgery Device
  • Unlawful Use of Means of Transportation
  • Forgery
  • Issuing Bad Checks
  • Theft of Means of Transportation / Auto Theft
  • Theft
  • Shoplifting
  • Fraudulent Schemes
  • Mortgage Fraud
  • Illegally Conducting an Enterprise
  • Money Laundering
  • Possession of a Forgery Device
  • False Reporting
  • Conspiracy
  • Postal Fraud

Appeals

  • Rule 32 post-conviction relief
  • Federal 2255 post-conviction

Rights Restoration

  • Voting rights
  • Firearms Possession
  • Jury Service
  • Hold Public Office

Pre-Charge

 
What are felony crimes? The term “felony” is from English common law. It originates from the French medieval word “félonie.” The term was used to describe a crime that was so severe that it rose to the level of capital punishment. Lesser crimes were called misdemeanors.

In the United States, the federal government defines the term felony as a crime with a punishment of more than one year. Most states, use and define the term felony typically by reference to either the length of a sentence or the place of incarceration, sometimes both. Typically, though a sentence of more than one year that will be served in a state or federal prison will be considered a felony.

Felonies usually involve some type of physical force or extreme psychological harm. But felonies can also include nonviolent crimes such as white-collar crimes as well. Felony crimes may also include capital punishment for the most severe of crimes. Punishments for crimes of a year or less of imprisonment are known as misdemeanors.

Felony crimes include, but are not limited to:

  • Murder
  • Manslaughter
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Kidnapping
  • Grand Theft
  • Tax Evasion
  • Perjury
  • Parole Violations

There are also situations where a misdemeanor can rise to the level of a felony and be charged as such. Examples would be if the defendant is a repeat offender or if the actions are considered aggravated or done with wanton disregard for the value of human life.

Being charged with a felony is serious and could mean your freedom is on the line. Felony convictions can carry with them many years or even decades of incarceration. If you are facing any type of felony charges, it is crucial that you consult with a criminal defense attorney.

 

Arizona Office Address:
3185 S. Price Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85248
Phone: 480-755-7110
Hawai’i Office Address:
1003 Bishop Street, Suite 1260 Pauahi Tower
Honolulu, Hawai’i 96813
Phone: 808-647-2423

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