Phoenix Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you are facing criminal charges, we understand the pressure you are under. The Law Office of Bret A. Royle represents clients charged with a wide variety of criminal offenses. These range from relatively minor charges to serious felonies. In order to get the help you need at this crucial time, call us and find out why Mr. Royle is the choice of so many people who find themselves in precisely your position.

What Crimes Do You Defend?

In addition to DUI, vehicular crimes and drug crimes, Mr. Royle represents clients charged with various offenses, ranging from theft to sexual offenses to violent crimes. Here are some of our additional practice areas:

  • Theft crimes. Arizona law includes over a dozen different offenses within the theft category. The crimes include, among others, basic theft; conversion; theft by misrepresentation; receiving stolen property; theft of services; shoplifting; vehicle theft; theft by extortion; failure to return leased property; and issuing bad checks.
  • Domestic violence. In Arizona, domestic violence is not a distinct crime. It includes the commission of many different offenses (assault, trespass, disorderly conduct, harassment, among others) against someone with whom you have one of several relationships. These include blood relations, relations through marriage, or a romantic or intimate relationship.
  • Violent crimes. This general category includes assault, aggravated assault, threats, homicide, arson, street gang activity, kidnapping and others.
  • Weapons crimes. There are specific acts which are generally found under the heading of misconduct involving weapons. Among them are carrying a concealed weapon, sale of a prohibited weapon, and possession of a weapon by a prohibited possessor (a convicted felon, for example). There are also certain crimes that may involve weapons, such as aggravated assault, armed robbery and first degree burglary.
  • Sex crimes. The range of sex crimes is substantial, and covers indecent exposure, rape, sexual conduct with a minor, child molestation, sexual abuse, and others.
  • White collar crimes. A crime is termed “white collar” when it does not involve violence or drugs. Again, there are a wide range of offenses in this area, including fraud, identity theft, embezzlement, counterfeiting, extortion, and bribery, to name just a few.

Choose the Right Phoenix Criminal Lawyer

No matter what criminal charge you are facing, The Law Office of Bret A. Royle is available to assist. Mr. Royle’s practice is dedicated to defending clients charged with all manner of crimes, from misdemeanors to serious felonies. Call us today to schedule a free consultation.

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