Flagstaff Criminal Attorney – David G. Bednar

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Navajo County criminal defense attorney defending clients arrested while traveling interstate 40 for charges such as marijuana transportation, marijuana for sale,and any narcotic felony charges in Navajo County Superior Court

Navajo County Jail – Detention Center

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

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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 

Northern Arizona Attorney | Marijuana Transportation Arrest I-40

Marijuana paraphernalia Interstate 40 Lawyernte

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.


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.