East Valley Courts

If you are facing drunk driving (DUI/DWI) charges in Arizona’s East Valley area, call Rosenstein Law Group for aggressive defense. We apply proven strategies to have your charges reduced or dismissed.

Call us at 480-248-7666 day or night for a free initial consultation.

Experienced and Certified

Led by attorney Craig Rosenstein, our legal team employs a “full case strategy” to thoroughly examine your case and build targeted strategies to beat your DUI. With certifications in field sobriety testing and chemical testing, attorney Rosenstein is especially qualified to provide effective DUI defense in Arizona’s East Valley, West Valley and Justice Courts.

In the East Valley as in other locations, police departments are working to save time and money. One method is through “training” police officers to do blood testing at the station. At the end of a streamlined, five-day seminar, officers are certified. However, this “training” leaves much to be desired, since most phlebotomist courses last four months. Additionally, there is opportunity for contamination by conducting blood or other chemical tests at the station with its less than sanitary conditions.

Contact a Lawyer

For aggressive representation from a drunk driving defense attorney who is certified in field sobriety tests and blood and urine forensics, contact us. We know how to interpret test results and how to build strategies that challenge the results’ accuracy and reliability. We will take your call 24 hours a day. Call us for representation in East Valley courts, including:

Chandler Municipal Court
200 E. Chicago St.
Chandler, Arizona 85225
Presiding Judge: Gilbert Municipal Court
55 E. Civic Center Drive
Gilbert, Arizona 85296
Presiding Judge: John Hudson

Mesa Municipal Court
245 West 2nd Street
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Presiding Judge: J. Matias Tafoya

Tempe Municipal Court
140 East 5th Street
Tempe, Arizona 85281
Presiding Judge: Louraine C. Arkfeld

Scottsdale Municipal Court
3700 North 75th Street
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Presiding Judge: B. Monte Morgan