Our trial attorney, Richard Bock, is licensed to practice in Arizona State and Federal Courts, including the United States Supreme Court....
Bar Register Pre-Eminent Lawyers. Certified Criminal Specialist through the Arizona State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.
Protect your legal rights with the assistance of our criminal defense trial attorney in Tucson, Arizona. Since 1977, Law Office of Richard C. Bock has been working hard to assist people like you who have been accused of a misdemeanor or felony. I know the criminal justice system isn't always looking out for your best interest; that is why I am aggressive and determined to defend your rights in front of a judge and jury.
Our trial attorney, Richard Bock, is licensed to practice in Arizona State and Federal Courts, including the United States Supreme Court. He is fully dedicated to providing you with the legal assistance you need throughout the entirety of your criminal proceeding. Count on our trial attorney to properly defend your rights in a court of law.
Affordable Legal Fees
Our fees are determined by the severity of the alleged charges you are facing and I do not charge by the hour.
As an AV rated firm, Law Office of Richard C. Bock have tried hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases. From DUIs to first-degree murder, our trial attorneys have been representing defendants in the state of Arizona for more than 30 years.
Richard Bock is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell, a state bar certified criminal specialist for over 30 years. He is also proud to be member of the Annual list of Arizona's Finest Lawyers and he is listed in the SuperLawyers publication under criminal defense for top attorney in Arizona and New Mexico.
Restitution statutes in Arizona’s criminal law create a compensation mechanism in which someone convicted of a crime is ordered to pay their victim restitution for their economic loss, as determined by the court. Even if you have already been convicted, an experienced defense attorney can help you explore all legal options to reduce your sentence […]
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