Huselid & Huselid bring two generations of legal experience to the table. Togeather we have been representing the people of Arizona on criminal cases for more that 40 years. When you need legal help it can be intimidating. Our goal is to see that you know your legal rights, without the fear of the unknowns.
Arizona classifies assault as either simple or aggravated. While simple assault is a misdemeanor offense that occurs when a person either threatens or physically attacks another but with minimal injuries. Aggravated assault is a felony offense that occurs when the attack is serious or involves dangerous weapons resulting in serious ...Learn More
The United States regulates drug-related offenses on federal and state levels. The nation’s long-running campaign against illegal drugs has led to strict federal and state drug laws. The laws make it illegal for anyone to carry or willfully possess illegal substances on their person or to keep them for personal ...Learn More
Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense with severe penalties. In Arizona, a DUI conviction can have serious consequences, including monetary fines, license suspension or revocation, and imprisonment. The court may also require you to complete a mandatory alcohol education program and only drive a vehicle with an ...Learn More
Arizona classifies criminal offenses into felony, misdemeanor, and minor offenses. The classification is in order of seriousness, with felony offenses being grave crimes compared to misdemeanors and minor offenses. A felony conviction almost guarantees a loss of personal freedom upon conviction, including life imprisonment. In some instances, a conviction may ...Learn More
Sexual assault is a serious crime with an accused person risking harsh penalties upon conviction, including a lengthy prison sentence, hefty fines, and registration as a sex offender. Besides these life-changing consequences, a sexual assault is such a hated crime that an accused person is likely to suffer immense societal ...Learn More
A theft involves taking someone else’s property without their permission or consent with the intent to deprive the owner of its use or possession permanently. A theft crime may also occur when a person knowingly accepts stolen property. In Arizona, a theft crime can include a range of crimes, from ...Learn More