Arizona Attorney Ashley D. Adams has garnered recognition and respect in the legal community of Arizona over the last 20 years. Certified by the Arizona State Bar of Arizona and honored with awards from the Phoenix Business Journal and Cambridge’s Who’s Who in America, Ms. Adams is an active lecturer, featured key-note speaker across the country, and an Adjunct Professor at the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law.
For a free consultation with an Arizona attorney who has many years of experience in white collar criminal defense and all areas of criminal defense, call Ashley D. Adams at 480-219-1366. Get candid advice from an experienced defense attorney.
At Ashley D. Adams, PLC, each client is given personal attention and aggressive representation. Don’t get lost in a big firm where you may be treated like a number. You deserve one-on-one attention by a seasoned managing partner who is an experienced defense lawyer.
Whether you face government or civil charges, early and creative trial strategy designed and executed by a proven law firm can help achieve the most ideal result. Ashley D. Adams, PLC has a history of success and a skill set that can make a difference, whether defending white-collar criminal charges, government investigations, fraud charges, corporate litigation, health care fraud, or even DUI and other criminal charges.
The defense model of Ashley D. Adams, PLC differs from many law firms because we accept a select number of cases each year and dedicate a cohesive team of legal experts, investigators and outside consultants to each case. Each case is a priority. The team is led by the firm’s principal partner, Ashley D. Adams, who founded the firm with the goal of attaining excellence in the field of criminal defense.
When it comes to criminal defense, the best defense truly is a strong offense. While many criminal cases are resolved before trial, in either a dismissal or favorable plea settlement, it is fundamental that every case be treated from the outset as a case that will go to trial. Diligent and aggressive preparation for trial means a higher probability of securing dismissals or plea deals that do not require prison time. Whether you go to trial or accept a plea, it is your decision – every time. Your criminal defense lawyer must also know what the best possible plea deal is in your case so they can help you pursue it, should that be your best option.
If you have been questioned or have any inclination that legal advice may be needed, seek legal guidance sooner rather than later. For a free consultation about your case and the legal ramifications facing you, contact Ashley D. Adams today.