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Criminal Lawyers in Phoenix Protecting Your Rights

& Certified Criminal Law Specialists
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Get Help from Former Criminal Court Judge Mark Weingart

We Defend Our Clients in Chandler, Gilbert, Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, & Maricopa County.

Marijuana Crime Defense Attorneys

The illegal possession of any controlled substances carries serious consequences in any part of the U.S., especially Arizona. The law in Arizona prohibits a person from knowingly possessing marijuana for personal use or for sale. Cultivation, production, and transportation of marijuana is also expressly prohibited. In Arizona, possessing even just a small amount of marijuana can be a very serious offense and possession of less than two pounds of marijuana for personal use constitutes a class 6 felony. As other states in this country are relaxing their marijuana laws, Arizona marijuana laws remain some of the strictest in the nation. If you have been arrested or charged with a marijuana crime in Arizona, then the assistance and legal representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney from The Weingart Firm can help you minimize your exposure to the risk of punishment.

Individuals charged with possession or use of marijuana may face penalties in addition to any incarceration they are ordered to serve. Fines may be assessed in the amount of $750 or triple the value of they marijuana recovered, whichever is larger. Probation and community service may also be required as conditions of a plea agreement to reduce marijuana possession or use charges.

Arizona Proposition 200

Arizona Proposition 200 is a referendum that was approved by Arizona voters in 1996 that eliminates jail time for non-violent drug offenders who are convicted of their first or second felony drug offense. The goal of this proposition was to allow non-violent drug offenders the opportunity to seek treatment for their drug use rather than going to jail or prison. Criminal charges stemming from personal use and/or possession of under two pounds of marijuana are covered by the literature contained in Proposition 200.

Arizona TASC

TASC is a drug diversion program that allows for deferred sentencing in which an individual charged with a first-time low-level drug offense (excluding methamphetamine-related charges) can complete a substance abuse treatment program in lieu of jail time or another severe penalty that results from a conviction of a marijuana or other drug offense. If you have been charged with a first or even a second marijuana related offense, then you may be eligible to receive a deferred sentence by utilizing the provisions set forth under Arizona Proposition 200. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys will be sure to take the necessary steps to ensure your qualification for the TASC program so that you can focus on rehabilitation outside of the confines of a jail cell.

Contact The Weingart Firm for a Free Consultation Today!

If you have been arrested or charged with possession of marijuana for personal use, or for sale, then you can benefit immensely from the experience and insight of the expert criminal defense attorneys of The Weingart Firm. Our seasoned trial lawyers represent clients from all areas of Arizona including the Tempe, Phoenix, and Scottsdale areas of Maricopa County. Our founding attorney, Mark Weingart has vast experience on both sides of the bench and will use his extensive knowledge of previous cases and courtroom procedure to your advantage at all stages of your case. To discuss your current situation with a certified specialist in Arizona criminal law, contact The Weingart Firm for your free consultation today!

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DUI Lawyers | Criminal Attorneys | Phoenix

Mark Weingart and his team have helped thousands of people who’ve been charged with a DUI and other crimes. Let him help you too.

Affordable Payment Plans Available

Get Help from Former Criminal Court Judge Mark Weingart

We Defend Our Clients in Chandler, Gilbert, Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, & Maricopa County.

Marijuana Crime Defense Attorneys

The illegal possession of any controlled substances carries serious consequences in any part of the U.S., especially Arizona. The law in Arizona prohibits a person from knowingly possessing marijuana for personal use or for sale. Cultivation, production, and transportation of marijuana is also expressly prohibited. In Arizona, possessing even just a small amount of marijuana can be a very serious offense and possession of less than two pounds of marijuana for personal use constitutes a class 6 felony. As other states in this country are relaxing their marijuana laws, Arizona marijuana laws remain some of the strictest in the nation. If you have been arrested or charged with a marijuana crime in Arizona, then the assistance and legal representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney from The Weingart Firm can help you minimize your exposure to the risk of punishment.

Individuals charged with possession or use of marijuana may face penalties in addition to any incarceration they are ordered to serve. Fines may be assessed in the amount of $750 or triple the value of they marijuana recovered, whichever is larger. Probation and community service may also be required as conditions of a plea agreement to reduce marijuana possession or use charges.

Arizona Proposition 200

Arizona Proposition 200 is a referendum that was approved by Arizona voters in 1996 that eliminates jail time for non-violent drug offenders who are convicted of their first or second felony drug offense. The goal of this proposition was to allow non-violent drug offenders the opportunity to seek treatment for their drug use rather than going to jail or prison. Criminal charges stemming from personal use and/or possession of under two pounds of marijuana are covered by the literature contained in Proposition 200.

Arizona TASC

TASC is a drug diversion program that allows for deferred sentencing in which an individual charged with a first-time low-level drug offense (excluding methamphetamine-related charges) can complete a substance abuse treatment program in lieu of jail time or another severe penalty that results from a conviction of a marijuana or other drug offense. If you have been charged with a first or even a second marijuana related offense, then you may be eligible to receive a deferred sentence by utilizing the provisions set forth under Arizona Proposition 200. Our experienced criminal defense attorneys will be sure to take the necessary steps to ensure your qualification for the TASC program so that you can focus on rehabilitation outside of the confines of a jail cell.

Contact The Weingart Firm for a Free Consultation Today!

If you have been arrested or charged with possession of marijuana for personal use, or for sale, then you can benefit immensely from the experience and insight of the expert criminal defense attorneys of The Weingart Firm. Our seasoned trial lawyers represent clients from all areas of Arizona including the Tempe, Phoenix, and Scottsdale areas of Maricopa County. Our founding attorney, Mark Weingart has vast experience on both sides of the bench and will use his extensive knowledge of previous cases and courtroom procedure to your advantage at all stages of your case. To discuss your current situation with a certified specialist in Arizona criminal law, contact The Weingart Firm for your free consultation today!

We don’t just promise great service, we deliver it and stand by the exceptional results we have achieved. If you are ready to get started, we are standing by and are ready for you 24/7. Contact our firm now for FREE.

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DUI Lawyers | Criminal Attorneys | Phoenix

Mark Weingart and his team have helped thousands of people who’ve been charged with a DUI and other crimes. Let him help you too.

Affordable Payment Plans Available

Criminal Lawyers in Phoenix Protecting Your Rights

Our Phoenix criminal lawyers can defend you against many types of criminal charges including:

Drug Crimes

Arizona has some of the toughest drug laws and harshest punishments in the country for drug possession and drug distribution charges. If you are facing criminal charges for dangerous drugs or narcotic offenses, hiring an experienced lawyer is crucial to your defense. The Weingart Firm has over 40 years of solid experience defending clients charged with drug crimes in Arizona.

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Violent Crimes

If you’re accused of a violent crime in Arizona, such as murder, armed robbery, kidnapping, or the use of a deadly weapon, you will be facing mandatory prison sentencing. The Weingart Firm aims to minimize your exposure to punishment for violent offenses by utilizing self-defense pleas, closely examining the evidence against you, and presenting your side of the story.

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Juvenile Crimes

We can effectively defend juveniles for any offense, including violent crimes. Additionally, our criminal attorneys represent juveniles on all crimes such as drug possession, underage DUI, or possession and use of a fake ID. Regardless of the charge, we strive to protect your child’s future.

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DUI Charges

Former judge Mark Weingart has been defending DUI charges for more than 40 years. Whether you are facing a regular DUI or if you are facing a serious charge such as aggravated DUI, our firm has the in-depth training and knowledge needed to uphold your legal and constutional rights.

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Call Our Phoenix Criminal Lawyers 24/7

If you’re charged with a crime or a DUI in Arizona, you need to act fast. For example, for DUI’s you only have 15 days to request a MVD hearing before your privilege to drive in Arizona is automatically suspended.

Don’t wait. Contact us NOW for your FREE consultation.

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Call Our Phoenix Criminal Lawyers 24/7

If you’re charged with a crime or a DUI in Arizona, you need to act fast. For example, for DUI’s you only have 15 days to request a MVD hearing before your privilege to drive in Arizona is automatically suspended.

Don’t delay. Contact us NOW for your FREE consultation.

FREE CONSULTATION

480-405-7922

About Mark Weingart

Phoenix DUI Lawyer & Criminal Attorney Mark Weingart

Former Judge
& Certified Criminal Defense Specialist

Mark N. Weingart is a certified criminal law specialist and he has defended persons accused of DUI and other crimes in Arizona for over 40 years. He was a judge in Tempe where he presided over a significant number of DUI and criminal cases. He also served as an assistant county prosecuting attorney in Ohio and as Assistant Attorney General for Arizona.

About Your Free Consultation

Meet with one of our criminal lawyers, and we will go over all of your rights, we’ll answer all of your questions, and we’ll explain exactly how we can successfully defend you regarding issues such as:

  • Whether Your Due Process Rights Were Violated

  • The Stages of Your Criminal Case Such as Preliminary and Bond Hearings

  • Whether Any Search or Seizure of Evidence Violated Your Constitutional Rights

  • Whether You Were Illegally Questioned by Law Enforcement

  • What Happens During Plea Bargaining or at Trial

Download Our Free Book on DUI

Mark Weingart’s book, “How to Survive a DUI Charge in Arizona,” is available for FREE. Based on over 40 years of experience defending DUI’s, Mark wrote this book to explain the laws and your rights in Arizona concerning a DUI in easy-to-understand terms. If you’ve been charged with a DUI or you want to know your legal rights if you are stopped for a DUI, then this book is a MUST READ.

What’s in the Free DUI Book

  • How DUI Charges are Defined in Arizona

  • What Happens After a DUI Arrest in Arizona

  • Penalties for a Second Offense or Aggravated DUI

  • Drug Related DUI in Arizona

Free Book on DUI in Arizona
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Download Our Free Book on DUI

Mark Weingart’s book, “How to Survive a DUI Charge in Arizona,” is available for FREE. Based on over 40 years of experience defending DUI’s, Mark wrote this book to explain the laws and your rights in Arizona concerning a DUI in easy-to-understand terms. If you’ve been arrested for a DUI or you want to know your legal rights if you are stopped for a DUI, then this book is a MUST READ.

What’s in the Free DUI Book

  • How DUI Charges are Defined in Arizona

  • What Happens After a DUI Arrest in Arizona

  • Penalties for a Second Offense or Aggravated DUI

  • Drug Related DUI in Arizona

Free Book on DUI in Arizona
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Unmatched Results & Experience

Arizona is home to the strictest DUI and criminal laws in the country. A criminal conviction can result in substantial fines, community service, or jail time. Our law firm has the in-depth training and knowledge needed to defend you. Trust the protection of your rights to lawyers who have built a name for themselves in DUI and criminal defense. Contact us today to learn more about how Mark Weingart and his team can help you.

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