for Victims of Crime
- Drunk or Impaired Driving Victims
- Victims Of Domestic Violence
- Robbed, Car or Home Broken Into
- Target Of Assault
- Sexual Assault & Rape Victims
- Kidnapped Or Held Against Your Will
- Overdosed or Poisoned By Drugs
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Are you a Crime Victim in AZ?
Someone who is charged with a crime faces stiff consequences and the criminal justice system will fight to ensure it. Most cases the victim of the crime could have suffered from serious, long-lasting injuries. My AZ Personal Injury Lawyers goal is to compensate the maximum monetary possible for our injured clients. At My AZ Personal Injury Lawyers, our crime victim injury attorneys have handed hundreds of cases with a wide range of injuries and circumstances. We benefit our injured clients with our years of experience and knowledge of personal injury laws. Contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation and we will fully examine your case for an effective strategy.
1731 West Baseline Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85202
Office: (480) 448-9800
20325 N 51st Avenue
Suite #134 Building 5
Glendale, AZ 85308
Office: (602) 509-0955
2 East Congress St.,
Tucson, AZ 85701
Office: (520) 441-1450
12725 W. Indian School Rd.
Suite E, #101
Avondale, AZ 85392
Office: (623) 499-4222
Attorneys of Crime Victims
AZ Sexual Assault Lawyer
Unlawful sexual contact or behavior resulting in forcible rape, attempted rape, statutory rape, sexual harassment, prostitution, fondling, incest, and any other sexual activity.
AZ Drunk Driver Attorney
An accident that involves an under the influence (DUI) or was a legally intoxicated (DWI) driver with one or more motor vehicles that result in a crash.
AZ Abuse Lawyers
A non-accidental incident to another person by someone else that includes severe beating, burns, strangulation, human bites, or domestic violence.
Why You Should Choose My AZ Personal Injury Lawyer
My AZ Personal injury Lawyers represents people in Arizona who have been injured in crime victim accidents. Our attorneys have secured compensation and represent clients who have been injured in crime victim incidents. Our law office provides to you six convenient locations in Mesa, Glendale, Tucson, Avondale, Phoenix, and Scottsdale. Our legal defense is affordable with financing options available, as well as free consultations and case evaluations.
Our personal injury lawyers are dedicated to winning by defending, litigating, and negotiating. We are the top-rated attorneys experienced in personal injury law as we know the Arizona courts, clerks, judges, and the court system. Contact us to speak with a professional personal injury lawyer today.
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What are your Arizona Victim Rights?
Arizona Crime Victim’s Bill of Rights – Article 2, Section 2.1 of the Arizona Constitution
- To be treated with fairness, respect, and dignity, and to be free from intimidation, harassment, or abuse, throughout the criminal justice process.
- To be informed, upon request, when the accused or convicted person is released from custody or has escaped.
- To be present at and, upon request, to be informed of all criminal proceedings where the defendant has the right to be present.
- To be heard at any proceeding involving a post-arrest release decision, a negotiated plea, and sentencing.
- To refuse an interview, deposition, or other discovery request by the defendant, the defendant’s attorney, or other person acting on behalf of the defendant.
- To confer with the prosecution, after the crime against the victim has been charged, before trial or before any disposition of the case and to be informed of the disposition.
- To read pre-sentence reports relating to the crime against the victim when they are available to the defendant.
- To receive prompt restitution from the person or persons convicted of the criminal conduct that caused the victim’s loss or injury.
- To a speedy trial or disposition and prompt and final conclusion of the case after the conviction and sentence.
- To have all rules governing criminal procedure and the admissibility of evidence in all criminal proceedings protect victims’ rights and to have these rules be subject to amendment or repeal by the legislature to ensure the protection of these rights.
- To be informed of victims’ constitutional rights.
- To be heard at any proceeding when any post-conviction release from confinement is being considered.