Criminal Defense Results

Aggravated Assault with a Firearm

Guy’s client was facing 7-1/2 years in the state prison based on the victim’s testimony. After aggressive representation, the state offered disorderly conduct, a class 6 open felony with possible reduction to a misdemeanor after one year. No prison time.
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Aggravated Assault and Resisting Arrest with Violence

Client was charged with 2 counts of aggravated assault and 1 count of resisting arrest with violence. All charges were felonies requiring prison time. With years of experience as a Phoenix criminal lawyer behind him, Guy’s skillful representation of the client led to the charges being reduced to disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, both class 2 misdemeanors. He received 18 months unsupervised probation. No prison time.
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12 Counts of Fraud and Money Laundering

After considerable investigation and discussion with the prosecution, Guy’s client was facing over 20 years in federal prison and a $500,000 fine for transactional money laundering and fraud. Guy’s persevering representation resulted in his client only serving 5 years probation with modest probation related fines. No prison time.

18 Counts of Obtaining a Prescription by Fraud

Guy’s client faced a lengthy prison sentence, but with his experience as a top Phoenix criminal defense lawyer and a compassionate defense, Guy’s client was allowed to enter into a Drug Court diversion program, without any exposure to prison upon completion.
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Felony Sales and Possession of a Controlled Substance

In a case, resulting from a traffic stop, Guy’s out-of-state client faced a possible 12 years in prison. After extensive interviews of the police officers, Guy filed a motion to suppress the evidence. The State reconsidered its position and offered the man a class 6 open felony with an available designation to a class 1 misdemeanor upon completion of probation.
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Probation Violation

Guy’s client had been confined to Tent City as a condition of his probation. He escaped, violating his probation. Then he faced prison time for the initial crime, the escape, and the probation violation. With his unique understanding as the client’s lead Phoenix criminal lawyer, Guy presented an argument about his client’s mental health at the time of his escape. As a result, the Prosecutor and the Court agreed that the person’s condition was valid and released him from custody.
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Probation Violation

Guy’s client faced prison time for violating his probation by committing a new crime and absconding from probation. After Guy’s skillful analysis of the State’s case, the State reinstated the man’s probation with no prison time.

Felony Possession of a Firearm While on Probation

Guy’s client was charged after his probation officer searched and found a firearm in his home. He faced returning to prison for his initial crime and additional time for firearms possession and probation violation. Unmatched by any other Phoenix criminal defense lawyer, the dedicated analysis, review and interviews of the State’s witnesses conducted by Guy resulted in the State’s reinstatement of the man’s probation.
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Aggravated DUI (Felony)

Guy’s client faced four months in prison for an Aggravated DUI on a suspended license. After Guy’s argument and extensive research, Guy uncovered that the State had not properly notified the Client as to his suspended license. As a result of Guy’s commitment, second to no other Phoenix criminal lawyer, the State reduced the charge to driving while intoxicated (misdemeanor) and the man served 10 days in Tent City.
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Aggravated DUI (Felony)

Client struck a parked vehicle causing his vehicle to flip with two passengers in his car, one being a minor under 15. The client then proceeded to hide a bottle of vodka in the bushes after the accident. Client was arrested and faced a minimum of 4 months in prison. A connected and respected Phoenix criminal defense lawyer, Guy Brown worked with the prosecutor to gain a reduced sentence and client plead to a misdemeanor DUI charge with only one day jail time.
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Drug Trafficking

Guy’s client — a drug dealer – was stopped by police at a red light. He raced from his vehicle, throwing rock cocaine from his pockets. The police charged Guy’s client with trafficking, which is punishable by life in prison. Prosecutors offered him a 10-year minimum mandatory prison sentence.

When Guy met with his client in jail, he told Guy that he found Jesus and wanted to minister to inner city youths about the dangers of drugs. Guy filed a motion to suppress and the Court granted it in part. Guy’s client plead to a felony possession amount of cocaine and received probation, with no further prison time. Several months later, Guy met with this man and found he was indeed ministering to inner city youths.
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Several Armed Robberies with a Firearm

Guy’s client was charged with robbing several convenience stores with a firearm to support his drug addiction. After a high-speed chase, he was arrested. This man wanted to plead guilty, and since he wasn’t represented by any other Phoenix criminal defense lawyer, he didn’t know he might have other options. Guy spoke with this man several times, explaining that he faced life in prison. Finally, he let Guy review his case.

Guy discovered that the police had violated the man’s rights. He had asked for an attorney before he confessed to the crimes, but the police did not let him talk to a lawyer until after his confession. As a result, Guy filed a motion to suppress, which was never heard before a judge. Instead, the prosecutor and Guy’s client agreed to two years at a residential drug treatment facility, followed with probation and no prison time.
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Theft and Trafficking in Stolen Property While on Probation

While on probation, client was arrested for theft and 2 counts of trafficking in stolen property. The prosecutor, probation department and judge, all advised that he would serve a minimum of 6 years in prison, possibly as many as 16 years. As a result of Mr. Brown’s legal team’s diligent investigation, it was discovered that Guy’s client suffered from a bi-polar disorder rendering him unable to successfully resolve his drug addition, a contributing factor in his criminal behavior. After a 2 day hearing with expert testimony, the court reinstated his earlier probation and reduced his current charges to 1 count of trafficking in stolen property, sentencing him to additional probation in a drug/mental health facility. No prison time.
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Leaving the Scene of an Accident with Injuries

Guy’s client struck another vehicle stopped at a red light and then left the accident scene. Client was facing felony charges with a possibility of prison but after a thorough investigation charges were reduced to a misdemeanor with no jail and a minimum fine.
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