Navajo County Criminal Attorney – Contact today for Free Initial Case Consultation (928)779-3242
If you have been arrested (detained in the Navajo County Jail) and charged with a crime in Navajo County your future may depend on the experience and expertise of the Navajo County criminal defense attorney you hire. Navajo County Criminal Lawyer, David G. Bednar, has been practicing criminal defense in Navajo County for over 20 years of criminal defense experience. Many cases in Navajo County Superior Court involve charges including but limited to: Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Dangerous Drugs, domestic violence, gun charges and fraud.
Navajo 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 Navajo 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 – Navajo County Attorney (928)779-3242
If you have been arrested and need a lawyer in Navajo County 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 Navajo County Holbrook criminal defense attorney.
Northern Arizona Criminal Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Arizona 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 , 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.
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