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Law Office of William J. Parven

DUI-DWI, Traffic, Criminal,

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  • Firm Year: 2014
  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. and by appointment
  • Language: English

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William John Parven

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Traffic, Wrongful Termination, DUI-DWI, Criminal

After working for firms and handling numerous cases, I realized that one of the most important things to clients is having an attorney who understands... (more)

After working for firms and handling numerous cases, I realized that one of the most important things to clients is having an attorney who understands their case from start to finish. When one hires a firm they often never hear from the attorney they originally spoke with again because that attorney only is in charge of intake. The person may not even have the opportunity to speak with their attorney about their individual case before making a payment and instead, their consultation might be referred to a case manager following a script, who may or may not be an attorney. This can sometimes cause confusion with expectations, desired outcomes, probability of success, or the need to continuously repeat information or provide documents.

It is largely for this reason that I decided to start my own practice. When you hire me you can rest assured that I will be your attorney from start to finish. Your free initial consultation will address your goals and expectations from the start so you can decide whether to proceed with my representation. Thereafter, you can be assured that I will remain a part of your case until the end and will be in direct communication with you.

Since being admitted to the California Bar in 2010 and the Arizona Bar in 2014 I have focused almost entirely on traffic law. I have handled numerous cases from speeding to DUI with results ending in dismissals, acquittal, fine reduction, or conviction of a lesser charge.

Arizona has some of the harshest laws and penalties in the country for DUI/DWI, and it is my goal to ensure that your rights are nonetheless protected. You may have a defense on constitutional grounds such as an unreasonable search of your vehicle, invalid stop, or violation of your rights to remain silent and obtain counsel. The law is consistently changing and I am focused on coming up with the best strategies to protect your constitutional rights.

Furthermore, I am an executive member of the American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys. Through this organization I have become up to date on the procedures that the officers are required to use in order to determine whether a person is impaired due to alcohol and drugs. Through the use of these manuals and procedures I am able to specifically question the officers on their methods to challenge the results and show why the person was not actually impaired.

If you are charged with anything from simple speeding to aggravated DUI/DWI, give me a call and find out how I can assist you.

  • Blogs:

    Consequences for a DUI in Arizona by William Parven | May 5, 2016
    Speeding can be a crime in Arizona by William Parven | May 4, 2016
    Unique aspects of Arizona DUI law by William Parven | May 3, 2016
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Law Office of William J. Parven
1 South Church Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
32.2213908,-110.9719483

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Tucson, AZ 85701


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