Flagstaff Criminal Attorney – David G. Bednar

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Navajo County Attorney – Holbrook Criminal Lawyer

Navajo County Attorney –  Holbrook Criminal Lawyer

Were you stopped for a minor traffic offense on Interstate 40 in Holbrook, Arizona or anywhere in Navajo County?  Did the officer ask if you were transporting anything illegal like marijuana, narcotic drugs, guns, or money?  If you can answer yes to any of these questions you more than likely have been charged with a crime and are currently scheduled to appear in the Holbrook Justice CourtHolbrook criminal lawyer, David Bednar, routinely handles these type of cases and has represented clients from states all over the U.S. including California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Texas and as far away as New York.

Contact Us  Holbrook Criminal Defense Attorney (928)779-3242 – Free initial Consultation

Misdemeanor

If you live outside Arizona and your case is being charged as a misdemeanor, then you will not have to travel back to Arizona, unless you want to fight your matter through trial.  Holbrook Criminal Lawyer, David Bednar, and his staff are able to coordinate misdemeanor cases so you can appear in Court via the telephone. Depending on your currant work or school situation, any criminal charge can ruin your career or future plans. When individuals have been charged with misdemeanors in Navajo County sometimes they just want to get it over with, without returning to Arizona, others need to fight the charges to preserve their job or professional licensure.  Whatever the case may be the Law Office of David Bednar can help.

Holbrook Navajo County Criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Arizona facing felony charges in courts including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice CourtSeligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Cottonwood, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University.

A.R.S. 28-693 Reckless Driving charge in Arizona

Reckless Driving Charges in Flagstaff, Arizona

In Arizona Reckless Driving (Arizona Revised Statutes A.R.S. 28.693) is a criminal charge. When it comes to reckless driving Arizona the law is very strict. While it is only a class 2 misdemeanor, it can have significant consequences for you and your ability to drive, in the short term and far into the future. In Arizona Reckless driving is defined as when a person drives a vehicle in reckless disregard for the safety of a person or property.  A class 2 misdemeanor carries a maximum punishment of 4 months in jail, a $750 fine plus surcharges, 2 years of probation and 8 points on your Arizona Driving record.

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A.R.S. 28-693 Reckless Driving

A. A person who drives a vehicle in reckless disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving.

B. A person convicted of reckless driving is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

C. In addition, the judge may require the surrender to a police officer of any driver license of the convicted person, shall report the conviction to the department and may order the driving privileges of the person to be suspended for a period of not more than ninety days. On receipt of the abstract of conviction and order, the department shall suspend the driving privilege of the person for the period of time ordered by the judge.

D. If a person who is convicted of a violation of this section has been previously convicted of a violation of this section, section 13-1102 or section 13-1103, subsection A, paragraph 1, in the driving of a vehicle, or section 28-708, 28-1381, 28-1382 or 28-1383 within a period of twenty-four months:

1. The person is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.

2. The person is not eligible for probation, pardon, suspension of sentence or release on any basis until the person has served not less than twenty days in jail.

3. The judge may require the surrender to a police officer of any driver license of the person and shall immediately forward the abstract of conviction to the department.

4. On receipt of the abstract of conviction, the department shall revoke the driving privilege of the person.

E. In applying the twenty-four month period provision of subsection D of this section, the dates of the commission of the offense shall be the determining factor, irrespective of the sequence in which the offenses were committed. A second or subsequent violation for which a conviction occurs as provided in this section does not include a conviction for an offense arising out of the same series of acts.

F. On pronouncement of a jail sentence under this section, and after the court receives confirmation that the person is employed or is a student, the court may provide in the sentence that if the defendant is employed or is a student the defendant can continue employment or schooling for not more than twelve hours per day nor more than five days per week. The defendant shall spend the remaining days or parts of days in jail until the sentence is served and shall be allowed out of jail only long enough to complete the defendant’s actual hours of employment or schooling.

Flagstaff Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense representation for clients throughout Arizona facing drug charges including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice Court, Seligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Cottonwood Municipal, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University

 

Yavapai County Criminal Attorney

Yavapai County Criminal Lawyer – David G. Bednar

If you have been arrested (detained in the Yavapai County Jail) and charged with a crime in Yavapai County your future may depend on the experience and expertise of the Yavapai criminal defense attorney you hire.  Prescott Criminal Lawyer, David G. Bednar, has been practicing criminal defense in Yavapai County for over 19 years and defending clients for  many charges including:  DUI, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Dangerous Drugs, domestic violence, gun charges and fraud.   Yavapai County is located in the central part of Arizona.

Yavapai County Criminal Lawyer< Yavapai County Superior Court  (Prescott)YCSuperiorCourtVerdeValley

120 S. Cortez Street, Prescott, Arizona.

Yavapai County Superior Court (Camp Verde) >

2840 Commonwealth Drive, Camp Verde, Arizona.

Yavapai County Superior Court criminal division handles cases for people that have been charged with a felony.  A felony charge is initiated by a complaint or an indictment. The prosecutor can file a direct complaint or the defendant can be indicted by the grand jury, which determines from evidence presented by the prosecutor and law enforcement that a crime was committed.   People charged with felonies will be summoned to appear in the Yavapai County Superior Court for an initial appearance.  During the initial appearance the defendant will be informed of the felony allegations, the person is advised of the right to an attorney, a bond and conditions of release are established.

Contact Us Yavapai Criminal Defense Attorney (928)779-3242  

Whatever criminal legal issue you are facing, we are here to help you explore your legal options. Contact us today online or by telephone at (928)779-3242 to speak with an experienced Yavapai criminal defense attorney.

Yavapai criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Arizona facing felony charges in courts including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice CourtSeligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Cottonwood, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University.

Northern Arizona University (NAU) – Criminal Lawyer

Northern Arizona – Criminal Defense Lawyer – Call Today (928)779-3242

For many college students, moving away from home will be the first time they are away from family in a new environment.  This will be a new city, town, school, roommate, living situation and away from the watchful eye of their parents.  It is common for a new college student to experiment with drugs and alcohol during their first years of being away from home, which can result in serious charges and penalties under the adult justice system because most are above the age of 18.  At the Law Office of David G. Bednar, the Flagstaff criminal attorney provides defense for NAU (Northern Arizona University) and CCC (Coconino Community College) students who are facing charges for a criminal offense in the Flagstaff Justice Court.

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NAU – is a 4 year public University located in Flagstaff Arizona.  In the Fall of 2015 there were 20,893 students enrolled at the Flagstaff campus.  NAU offers over 80 bachelor degrees and over 45 masters degrees.  Many students live on campus in one of the 21 residence halls and others live in off campus housing located in and around the city of Flagstaff.                                           

Coconino Community College

Coconino Community College – CCC

CCC is a community college located in Flagstaff, Arizona, serving the Coconino County in the Northern part of Arizona.  There are over 10,000 students enrolled yearly.

Protecting Student’s Futures – Flagstaff Criminal Lawyer

If you are an NAU of CCC Student accused of a crime, the right criminal attorney or law firm can help with a bad situation.  Any conviction, misdemeanor or felony, can affect your career as a student and have major impact on future employment. Flagstaff criminal attorney David Bednar, thoroughly evaluates each case and will provide the best defense for your charges.  With over 19 years of criminal defense experience, in and around the Flagstaff and Northern Ariozna area, he has the ability to build an aggressive and thorough defense to help you avoid the penalties of a conviction. If you are facing charges for a DUI (driving under the influence), theft, minor consumption (MIC), drug crime, marijuana possession, paraphernalia, or any other criminal offense, the Arizona NORML attorney, David Bednar, can help defend your case.

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Navajo County Jail – Detention Center

Arrested in Navajo County? Contact Navajo Criminal Lawyer – free initial consultation – (928)779-3242

Navajo County Jail Inmate Housing Reportcell locking   When people are arrested anywhere in Navajo County (Interstate 40, Winslow, St. Johns, Holbrook, Pinetop Lakeside) they are taken to the Navajo County Jail in Holbrook.  Navajo County Jail is a regional holding facility in Holbrook, which houses both sentenced and un-sentenced misdemeanor and felony adult offenders.

If you or a family member has been arrested (detained in the Navajo County Jail) for any criminal charge you will need a Holbrook criminal defense attorney with experience handling cases in the Navajo County Superior Court and the justice courts of Winslow, Holbrook, Show Low, Snowflake, and Pinetop lakeside. Holbrook criminal Lawyer David G. Bednar has been defending people who have been arrested on Interstate 40 for charges including: marijuana transportation, dangerous drug transportation, paraphernalia for over 19 years. Navajo County is located in the north eastern part of Arizona.

Navajo County Jail – Criminal Lawyer David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Navajo County facing misdemeanor charges (DWI, DWI) and felonies such as marijuana transportation, assault charges in courts including: Winslow Justice Court, Winslow Magistrate Court, Holbrook Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice Court, Show Low Justice Court, Pinetop Lakeside Justice Court,  Navajo County Superior Court.

Navajo Lawyer – Call Today – Free Consult

(928)779-3242 – criminal representation 

Dangerous Crime Against a Child (DCAC)

Are you facing an investigation or have been arrested and charged for any crimes against a minor who is under 15 years of age?   Sex crime cases are not for inexperienced lawyers. The evidence prosecutors will use in these cases is often graphic and repulsive. Prosecutors will stand behind that evidence. A criminal lawyer defending against sex crime charges must be able to review that evidence and remain objective while finding the flaws in the evidence and in the rest of the prosecutor’s case. Flagstaff Criminal Attorney David Bednar has over 20 years of criminal experience and has defended these types of case. 

Contact Northern Arizona Criminal Law Office of David Bednar at (928)779-3242, for FREE INITIAL CONSULT

According to Arizona Revised Statutes, ARS§ 13-705, Dangerous Crime Against a Child means any of the following crimes committed against a minor who is under 15 years of age.

  • Aggravated assault that results in serious physical injury, or aggravated assault that involves a deadly weapon or     dangerous instrument;
  • Sexual assault;
  • Child molestation;
  • Sexual conduct with a minor;
  • Sexual exploitation of a minor, or sexual exploitation of a minor for commercial use;
  • Child prostitution;
  • Continuous sexual abuse of a child;
  • Sex trafficking that involves minors;
  • Luring a minor for sexual exploitation, or aggravated luring a minor for sexual exploitation; or
  • Unlawful age misrepresentation.

Conviction of a dangerous crime against a child imposes severe penalties and possible lengthy sentencing options. 

Contact Our Sex Crimes Flagstaff Defense Law Firm

If you have been arrested or are currently being investigated for one of the above charges in Northern Arizona (counties of Navajo, Apache, Coconino, Yavapai).  You will need to contact an attorney who has experience defending these types of cases, before speaking with an officer.

Contact the Bednar Law Office Today (928)779-3242

Cottonwood Criminal Lawyer |Cottonwood Municipal Court

Cottonwood Municipal Court 665 E. Mingus Ave. Cottonwood, AZ 86326

When a person is arrested (booked into the Yavapai County jail) or cited in Cottonwood by the Cottonwood Police department their case will  be set in the Cottonwood City Court, which handles misdemeanors. Cottonwood Municipal Court has jurisdiction over cases ranging from minor traffic violations to Class 1 misdemeanors, that carry a maximum penalty of six months in jail and/or a $2,500 fine plus surcharges. The Court also handles Orders of Protection and Injunctions Against Harassment.

From his office in Flagstaff, Arizona.  Cottonwood criminal defense attorney, David G. Bednar has handled numerous criminal cases in Cottonwood Municipal Court and has over 20 years of criminal defense experience for clients with charges such as DUI, DWI, possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, domestic violence (DV), shoplifting, theft, in the Cottonwood Municipal Court.

Contact Cottonwood Criminal Lawyer David Bednar today at (928)779-3242 for a free initial consultation.

Yavapai Criminal Defense Lawyer David G. Bednar, provides affordable criminal defense representation for clients throughout Arizona facing charges in the following courts: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice Court, Seligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Cottonwood Municipal, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University

Contact Cottonwood and Yavapai Criminal Attorney David Bednar at (928)779-3242 for a free initial consultation

Camp Verde Criminal Lawyer | Verde Valley Justice Court

VerdeValleyJusticeCourt Verde Valley Justice Court 10 South 6th Street Cottonwood, AZ 86326 (928) 639-5820 When a person is arrested (booked to the Yavapai County Jail) or cited on Interstate 17 in Yavapai County they will need a Yavapai County criminal attorney that is experienced in handling cases in the Verde Justice Court.  The Verde Valley Justice Court is located 10 miles from Interstate 17 and  adjacent to Highway 89A in Cottonwood, Arizona. The Verde Valley Justice Court handles cases involving minor civil traffic offenses, criminal misdemeanors, and initial appearances on felony charges. Defendants can be charged with violations of the Arizona Criminal Revised Statutes by a Yavapai County Sheriff deputy or an Arizona Highway Patrol officer (AZDPS). Misdemeanor: Charges include but not limited to:

  • Personal use of marijuana
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Driving Under the Influence DUI (impaired to the slightest degree) Extreme DUI or Aggravated DUI – Arizona DUI Independent Test Advisory
  • Domestic violence – Disorderly Conduct

Felony : Charges include but not limited to:

  • Marijuana Personal Use – paraphernalia A.R.S. 13-3405
  • Possession for Sale (Narcotics, Marijuana, Coke, Meth)
  • Transportation of Marijuana for Sale (interstate 40)
  • Money Laundering
  • Drug Offenses (Marijuana, Paraphernalia, Meth, Narcotics, Prescriptions)

    Call Camp Verde Criminal Attorney – David Bednar Free Consultation (928)779-3242

Defendants that are charged with a crime in Verde Valley Justice Court will appear before the judge, William N. Lundy, for their initial appearance and a bond setting. If the defendant is charged with a misdemeanor the case will stay in the Verde Valley Justice Court and be prosecuted by the Yavapai County Attorney’s office misdemeanor staff. For clients that are charged with felonies their case will be transferred to Early Disposition Court (EDC) in either the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde or the Yavapai County Superior Court in Prescott. If you or a family member has been charged with a crime in Verde Valley Justice Court contact Yavapai County lawyer David Bednar who has helped prior clients with charges such as DUI, DWI, Transportation of Marijuana, possession for sales, possession of dangerous drugs, and the reliability of k-9.

Contact Cottonwood County Criminal Attorney David Bednar at (928)779-3242 for a free initial consultation.

Verde Valley Justice Court and Yavapai Coutny  Criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Arizona facing marijuana charges in courts including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice Court, Seligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court , Cottonwood, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University

Coconino County Jail

Flagstaff Criminal Law Firm, Free Consult

Coconino County Jail 951 E. Sawmill Ave., Flagstaff Arizona

(928)226-5205

Coconino County Law Firm of David Bednar representing people are arrested anywhere in Coconino County (Interstate 40, Flagstaff, Fredonia, Page, Sedona, Williams) they are taken to the Coconino County Jail in Flagstaff.  Coconino County Jail is a regional holding facility in Flagstaff, which houses both sentenced and un-sentenced misdemeanor and felony adult offenders. The Flagstaff facility has an operating capacity of 477 beds (80% of the total 596 available beds is considered operating capacity due to classification requirements). There also is a 24-bed, short term holding facility in Page. The facility in Page is used to temporarily house people arrested in the northern part of the state before transporting to the Flagstaff facility.

Coconino County Jail Criminal Defense Lawyer

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 (928) 779-3242

If you or a family member has been arrested (detained in the Coconino County Jail) for any criminal charge you will need a criminal defense attorney with experience handling cases in the Coconino County Superior Court and the Flagstaff Justice Court, Williams Justice Court and Page Justice Court. Flagstaff Justice Court Criminal Lawyer David G. Bednar, with over 18 years, has been defending people who have been arrested on Interstate 40 for charges including but not limited to: marijuana transportation, dangerous drug transportation, paraphernalia, Flagstaff minor consumption.  Coconino County is located in the north central part of Arizona and is the second largest county by land in the lower 48 states.

Coconino County Jail – Criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Coconino County facing misdemeanor charges (DWI, DWI) and felonies such as marijuana transportation, assault charges in courts including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court,  Coconino County Superior Court, and Northern Arizona University

Mayer Justice Court

 Mayer Justice Court, 12840 Central Avenue, Mayer, Arizona

When a person is arrested (booked to the Yavapai County Jail) or cited on Interstate 17 in Yavapai County they will need a Yavapai County criminal lawyer that is experienced in handling cases in the Mayer Justice Court.  Mayer Justice Court is located 10 miles from Interstate 17 and  adjacent to Highway 69 in Mayer, Arizona. The Mayer Justice Court handles cases involving minor civil traffic offenses, criminal misdemeanors, and initial appearances on felony charges. Defendants can be charged with violations of the Arizona Criminal Revised Statutes by a Yavapai County Sheriff deputy or an Arizona Highway Patrol officer (AZDPS).

Misdemeanor: Charges include but not limited to:

  • Personal use of marijuana
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Driving Under the Influence DUI (impaired to the slightest degree) Extreme DUI or Aggravated DUI
  • Domestic violence

Felony : Charges include but not limited to:

  • Marijuana Personal Use – paraphernalia
  • Possession for Sale (Narcotics, Marijuana, Coke, Meth)
  • Transportation of Marijuana for Sale (interstate 40)
  • Money Laundering
  • Drug Offenses (Marijuana, Paraphernalia, Meth, Narcotics, Prescriptions)

Defendants that are charged with a crime in Mayer Justice Court will appear before the judge, Bill Rummer, for their initial appearance and a bond setting. If the defendant is charged with a misdemeanor the case will stay in the Mayer Justice Court and be prosecuted by the Yavapai County Attorney’s office misdemeanor staff. For clients that are charged with felonies their case will be transferred to Early Disposition Court (EDC) in either the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde or the Yavapai County Superior Court in Prescott.

If you or a family member has been charged with a crime in Mayer Justice Court contact Yavapai County lawyer David Bednar who has helped prior clients with charges such as DUI, DWI, Transportation of Marijuana, possession for sales, possession of dangerous drugs, and the reliability of k-9.

Contact Yavapai County Jail Criminal Attorney David Bednar at (928)779-3242 for a free initial consultation.

Mayer Marijuana Criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Arizona facing marijuana charges in courts including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice Court, Seligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court , Cottonwood, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University

Flagstaff Marijuana Lawyer

Arizona Marijuana Lawyer          

In Arizona an arrest for even a simple possession of marijuana can be charged as a felony and if there is evidence of a larger quantity than personal use, the state can file charges for possession with the intent to sell.  If you find yourself facing any type of marijuana charge in Arizona finding an experienced marijuana criminal  attorney is necessary.  As a member of NORML, Flagstaff Marijuana Lawyer, David Bednar has been defending clients charged for the crimes of marijuana possession, transportation of marijuana,  marijuana DUI drugs, marijuana for sales and paraphernalia charges for over 19 years. 

    

Arizona Medical Marijuana Attorney

With the passing of Arizona Proposition 203, or Arizona Medical Marijuana Act, in 2010, Arizona became the 15th state with a medical marijuana law (currently 28 states and DC have enacted laws to legalize medical marijuana, 12/28/16 ProCon.org). This proposition allowed registered qualifying patients to obtain marijuana from a registered nonprofit dispensary, and to possess and use medical marijuana to treat the condition.  Just because Arizona has allowed medical marijuana, individuals arrested that possess, transport, or sell marijuana without a valid medical card will still be arrested and prosecuted.  Those driving with a Arizona Medical Marijuana card prosecutors must prove impairment by THC in Medical Marijuana cases.   DUI – Drugs under ARS 28-1381(A)3 Arizona Appeals court rules medical marijuana patients given DUI protections by Arizona Appeals Court.  Washington Times online.    

If you have been charged or arrested for any marijuana crime, contact an experienced Flagstaff Criminal Marijuana attorney David Bednar. Our office will fight your charges and investigate the prosecutors case in order get the best possible result.  Call us today at (928)779-3242.

Contact Us  Flagstaff Marijuana  Criminal Defense Attorney

Flagstaff Marijuana Criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Arizona facing marijuana charges in courts including: Flagstaff Justice Court, Flagstaff Municipal Court, Williams City, Williams Justice Court, Page Justice Court, Sedona Magistrate Court, Holbrook Justice CourtSeligman Justice Court, Prescott Justice Court, Mayer Justice Court, Verde Valley Justice Court , Cottonwood, Winslow, Kingman, Coconino County Superior Court, Apache County Superior Court, Navajo County Superior Court, Gila County Superior Court, Yavapai County Superior Court EDC, and Northern Arizona University

For people detained in the Coconino County Jail, Yavapai County Jail, Navajo County Jail, or Apache County Jail, please call the Flagstaff Marijuana defense lawyer collect at (928)779-3242.