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Phoenix Traffic Attorneys

When fighting a traffic ticket in Arizona, it is important to hire a lawyer to get you the best possible results. You need an attorney who understands your Arizona traffic regulations. The attorneys at AC Law Group provide attentive and personalized representation for clients throughout Arizona. Whether you are facing a criminal charge, civil charge, or CDL commercial driving violation, you need an Arizona traffic violation attorney who will work to get you the best possible results.

We represent clients throughout Arizona including: all of Maricopa County, Pima County, Pinal County, Flagstaff, Holbrook, Kingman, Quartzsite, Eloy, Casa Grande, White Tank, Ironwood, Yuma, Nogales, Green Valley, Lake Havasu, Parker, Salome, Surprise, Tucson, Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Avondale, Tolleson, El Mirage, Winslow, Willcox, Williams, Puerco, and Bowie. Each state punishes traffic violations differently. If you have received a criminal traffic violation or a civil traffic ticket in Arizona, you need an attorney who understands the consequences a violation may have on your license. You need an attorney who understands the court you are charged in. We will provide you with excellent and personalized representation to deliver the best results we can.

We are dedicated to providing outstanding service. We will explain every step of the legal process, so that you can make educated decisions for yourself. No matter the severity of your case, we can help you. If you’ve been charged with a criminal traffic violation, commercial driving violation, or received a civil traffic ticket, call us today for a free consultation.

Criminal Traffic

Know the Law!

Arizona has serious laws for traffic violations. Many people traveling through Arizona are surprised to learn that by traveling a certain speed over the posted speed limit they may be charged with a criminal violation which carries serious consequences, unlike an ordinary speeding ticket. Criminal speeding citations in Arizona are a Class 3 Misdemeanor. This means if you are convicted on this crime, you will have a criminal record.

In Arizona, you can be charged with what is known as “Criminal Speeding” in two commons ways:

  1. Traveling over 20 miles an hour over the posted speed limit. For example, traveling 46 mile per hour in a marked 25 mile per hour zone would be a criminal violation.
  2. Traveling any speed over 85 miles per hour, regardless of the posted speed limit. For example, if the posted speed limit is 75 miles per hour, traveling 86 miles per hour would be a violation of that law. Unlike the situation described in Example 1, traveling 11 miles an hour over the posted speed limit is sufficient to be considered a criminal violation.

If you have been charged with a criminal speeding ticket, there are specific consequences that are more serious than being charged with an ordinary speeding ticket. For example, a criminal speeding ticket is a class 3 misdemeanor in Arizona. Although a Class 3 misdemeanor is the lowest level of a criminal violation, there is still the potential for considerable consequences. Criminal convictions, like civil speeding violations, carry points that attach to your driver’s license, which may void your ability to drive and/or add considerable costs to your insurance rates. Additionally, because a Criminal Speeding conviction is a misdemeanor, non-citizens may face adverse immigration consequences as a result of the criminal conviction.

Commercial Traffic

For commercial drivers facing civil or criminal violations, we will strive to provide you with representation that will allow you to continue working. We are typically able to handle all aspects of your case without you having to appear in court. Most importantly, we will strive to minimize the consequences to your CDL and keep you on the road.

Contact Us Today:
AC Law Group
(480) 474-4702
6619 N Scottsdale Road, Suite 4
Scottsdale AZ 85250

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8am to 5pm

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