Rosenstein Law Group is proud to announce we have been voted for Ranking Arizona's: The Best of Arizona Business Top Ten DUI Attorneys 20 or fewer for their 2014 edition!
Craig Rosenstein and his attorneys at the Rosenstein Law Group hold the motto that, "one bad night should not ruin the rest of your life." The Arizona Republic recently did an article on Craig entitled, Attorney Protects Rights: Lawyer against DUI's, but for a fair process, highlighting him for his fight in defending his client's rights, and making sure those right are not violated.
Of course we cannot say enough good things about our "head honcho" Craig Rosenstein. He is an excellent lawyer, who is extremely knowledgeable in his field, and in our opinion should be anyone's number one pick for their DUI/DWI representation. However, our opinion may be just a little biased, so please don't take our word for it. Instead take a look at the evidence.
For anyone reading who doesn't already know the name Craig Rosenstein, you will very soon. The highly credited group, Super Lawyers, has just selected our very own Craig for their 2014 Rising Stars List.
For those of you who have had enough trying to decipher the legal and scientific nuances, but are interested in following what is going on in the Scottsdale Crime lab, here is the Cliff's Notes version of the events, and reasons why this drama is so important.
The Arizona Republic reported over the weekend that the Scottsdale Crime lab is in trouble. As a DUI Lawyer who practices in Scottsdale, I have been screaming this for years. The Republic's piece focused on the Maricopa County Superior Court hearings regarding the admissibility of the blood test results that are coming out of the Scottsdale Lab. In essence, a Superior Court Judge in a felony DUI case is hearing arguments as to whether the lab work in the Scottsdale Crime Lab is so unreliable that the results should be precluded from being brought up in trial, and hence will never be heard by a jury. Despite the fact that whatever ruling that is ultimately handed down by the Superior Court Judge is not technically binding on the Scottsdale City Court Judges (where 95% of all DUI cases are heard), this ruling should shake some things up in the City Court.
If you are arrested for a DUI in Arizona, you have the right to contact an attorney. In fact, under Arizona law, a person has the right to consult in private with an attorney as soon as feasible after he or she is taken into custody. It is important that you exercise this right and request to speak with an attorney as soon as possible because the attorney can provide you with legal advice regarding your specific situation, and explain to you exactly what is going to occur while you are in police custody.
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