Are Courts in Arizona Closed Due to Coronavirus?
We hope you are all well. We’ve had a lot of questions lately about court appearances in Tucson on criminal matters in light of the National and State Emergencies. For the most part, other initial appearances after custodial arrest, and certain in-custody matters and orders of protection, most criminal matters in Tucson are temporarily continued, at least for the next few weeks, as we explain below. A couple things to keep in mind:
Choosing Criminal Defense Lawyer: Five Things that Might Surprise You
Choosing the right criminal defense lawyer might be the single most important decision you make throughout your case. Chances are there’s at least dozens if not hundreds of criminal defense lawyers hanging their shingles in your city or town. Most have small practices. A few are really good. Below are five things that might surprise you:
How to Choose a DUI Lawyer
Choosing the right lawyer in the beginning may be the single most important factor in determining the outcome in the end. In fact, choosing the right DUI lawyer will likely be the most important single decision you make in the entire case. This simple article gives you a few surprising and hopefully helpful tips.
How to Choose a Criminal Defense Lawyer?
For those of you who are charged with crimes, many say that the single most important decision you will make is which criminal defense lawyer to hire. And it’s true: the choice of criminal defense lawyer can be critical to the outcome. Because there are thousands of criminal defense lawyers – 10% of all law school graduates will practice criminal law at some point.
Michael Harwin Named in Best Lawyers
August 18, 2014 We are pleased to announce that Michael Harwin has been named in Best Lawyers in America® 21st, ed. for Criminal Defense: White Collar. Best Lawyers describes itself as “the most selective and highly regarded directory of attorneys in the world. ” A former prosecutor, Michael, has for many years been rated A-V […]
Students Finding Certainty in Cert
“Finding Certainty in Cert based on a Statistical Analysis Over 14 Years,” authored by a University of Southern California law scholar, and political science student, confirmed that a notably small handful of elite attorneys hold outsized sway with the United States Supreme Court.