SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- (Marketwire) -- 08/31/12 -- Scottsdale DUI defense attorney Douglas A. Schwab, a partner in the law firm known as the Schwab Law Office, hereby announces that the firm has opened a new location in Scottsdale to provide legal representation for people in the area who face prosecution for DUI in Arizona or for any DUI-related criminal charge. The Scottsdale office is open and is available for those who need this type of legal representation.
This new Scottsdale office that's part of the law firm of the Schwab Law Office joins existing locations that are open in Phoenix, where the firm's location can be found at the Biltmore Office Plaza, 2942 N. 24th Street, Suite 114, Phoenix, AZ 85016 and the location that's currently operating in Mesa, which can be found at 625 W. Southern Avenue, Suite E-101, Mesa, AZ 85210.
The new Scottsdale location for the Schwab Law Office can be found at the Gainey Ranch Financial Center, 7373 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, Suite 200, Scottsdale, AZ 85258. This location will provide those who face legal problems that relate to the DUI laws of Arizona with the same services that can be found in the Phoenix and Mesa locations. Specifically, people who need the help of Arizona DUI defense lawyers can schedule an initial consultation in Scottsdale to discuss the specifics of their cases and decide on a legal course of action.
About the Schwab Law Office
The Schwab Law Office is a law firm that serves clients as Scottsdale Arizona DUI defense lawyers and represents those facing criminal charges for Arizona DUI and DUI-related offenses. Douglas A. Schwab, the partner in the law firm, is a former prosecutor who has been practicing law in Arizona since 1998. Mr. Schwab primarily handles DUI cases, but he also handles Arizona criminal defense matters that have included drug charges, child abuse, sexual assault, attempted murder, fraud, theft, probation violations and aggravated assault cases.
Douglas A. Schwab
2942 N. 24th Street - Suite 114
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
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