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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.

Free Initial Consultation (928)779-3242, Call Today

 

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

Northern Arizona Attorney | Marijuana Transportation Arrest I-40

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Transportation of Marijuana

Marijuana harvest season runs roughly from October to March. In Northern Arizona Marijuana is transported up from Mexico on Interstate 17 and from California across Interstate 40. Arizona Highway Patrol (DPS) monitors the highways in Arizona and many travelers are profiled and stopped for minor traffic offenses (ie: following too closely or an illegal lane change) and eventually arrested for one of the following charges:

I-40-Marijuana-Bust           * Personal Use – paraphernalia / Production and Cultivation

           * Marijuana Transportation for Sale (interstate 40)

           * Possession for Sale (Narcotics, Marijuana, Coke, Meth)

           * Medical Marijuana

Northern Arizona Marijuana Transportation Lawyer | Free Consult

From his office in Historic Downtown Flagstaff, Northern Arizona Marijuana Transportation Defense Lawyer, David Bednar has been successfully defending clients arrested on Interstate 40  in Northern Arizona for over 20 years. He has successfully defended and challenged the stops by investigating if the officer had probable cause to make the traffic stop, to search you or your vehicle, prolonged your detention against your constitutional rights, warrantless searches, and canine (K-9) certifications.

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If you are facing charges of marijuana transportation or marijuana transportation for sale you need the assistance of an experienced Northern Arizona marijuana attorney to protect your freedom and constitutional rights.

Contact the Northern Arizona Marijuana Transportation Lawyer today at (928)779-3242.

Coconino County Criminal Marijuana Attorney David G. Bednar, provides criminal defense advice and representation for clients throughout Northern 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.

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.

Coconino County Criminal Lawyer

Flagstaff Criminal Defense Attorney: David G. Bednar

If you have been arrested (detained in the Coconino County Jail) and charged with a crime in Coconino County your future may depend on the experience and expertise of the criminal defense attorney who represents you. Flagstaff Lawyer David G. Bednar has been practicing criminal defense in Coconino County for over 19 years.  Coconino County is located in the north central part of Arizona and is the second largest county by land in the lower 48 states.

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Coconino County Superior Court is located at 200 N. San Franciso St. in Flagstaff, Arizona. Coconino 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 Coconino 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.

Felonies include such things as assault, rape, incest, child pornography, money laundering, transportation of narcotic drugs, narcotic drug possession, sale or delivery of a controlled substance, transportation of marijuana, transportation for sale, narcotic possession, and methamphetamine.

Contact Us Flagstaff, AZ Coconino Criminal Defense Attorney       

Whatever legal problem 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 Flagstaff criminal defense attorney.

Coconino 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 Court, Seligman 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