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Richard W. NoelParadise Valley Law
- Criminal Law, Estate Planning
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Richard is a Phoenix Criminal Defense attorney who practices all over the state of Arizona. As a former deputy public defender, Richard saw the need for affordable private representation from lawyers who are honest and regularly communicate with their clients.
- Criminal Law
- Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
- Estate Planning
- Health Care Directives, Wills
Free 30-minute consultation.
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- State Bar of Arizona
- Paradise Valley Law
- - Current
- Deputy Public Defender
- Public Defender's Office of Maricopa County
- The Omni Firm
- University of North Dakota School of Law
- J.D. (2019) | Law
- State Bar of Arizona  # 036081
74 Questions Answered
- Q. What happens if ur not Mirandized and warrant and parole officer were called/issued hours after being booked?
- A: If a person isn't properly Mirandized, an attorney can argue to have any statements made during the questioning suppressed. That's not the same as a dismissal. If a person is on parole, they have a much less diminished expectation of privacy when it comes to searches. Finally, warrants are often obtained after people are detained. That's not uncommon. He needs to speak with his attorney about the specifics.
- Q. If a defendant doesn't accept a plea deal to felony charges, can he change his mind and accept before the trial date?
- A: It depends on the terms of the agreement. They often have an expiration date. Also, in my jurisdiction, if one turns down a plea offer, they likely won't get another and if they do, it's usually a lot worse for them. Unfortunately one does not have a constitutional right to a plea offer.
- Q. My husband was late for court today he was supposed to be there at 9 this morning and then at 1 this afternoon but late
- A: what's your question? If he showed up to court, he'll likely go in front of the judge for the hearing, despite being late.
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