Aaron Michael Black

Aaron Michael Black

Law Office of Aaron M. Black, PLLC
  • Criminal Law, DUI & DWI
  • Arizona, South Dakota
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Summary

The Law Office of Aaron M. Black, PLLC., is a boutique law firm in Phoenix, Arizona that represents individuals charged with serious criminal offenses, vehicular crimes and DUI in Federal, State and City courts. Aaron places a strong emphasis on DUI and DUI related criminal offenses.

Aaron is an experienced Criminal Defense attorney with an outstanding knowledge and understanding of complex Criminal case litigation. Aaron acquired this experience by representing hundreds of individuals. regularly dealing with Criminal and DUI cases involving serious consequences, Aaron Black has successfully defended numerous jury and bench trials.

Aaron Black represents a limited number of clients at a given time. This allows him to give the personalized service expected of a criminal defense attorney. Aaron Black does not employ associates or law clerks. When you hire The Law Office of Aaron M. Black, PLLC you will work with only Aaron Black. Unlike large firms that want as many cases as possible, by representing a limited number of individuals, you will get the personalized service you deserve.

Aaron Black will handle every aspect of your case, personally meet with you, and discuss your options so you can make informed decisions. The criminal justice system can be scary and confusing. With Aaron Black you will always have direct access to him to discuss any concern.

It is Aaron Black's philosophy and reputation to fight your case every step of the way. It is his goal to be prepared for trial on every case. Though most cases resolve short of trial, favorable outcomes are often obtained through intensive pretrial investigations. Aaron will never recommend a guilty plea unless there is a substantial benefit to the client that could not be gained any other way.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • DUI & DWI
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    60 minute free consultations
  • Credit Cards Accepted
    Visa, Master Card, Discovery
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Flat fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Arizona
South Dakota
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Criminal & DUI Defense Attorney Phoenix, Arizona
Law Office of Aaron M. Black, PLLC
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Attorney
Maricopa County Public Defender's Office
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Aaron Black defended thousands of serious felony cases in Maricopa County. He focused his practice on serious vehicular crimes including DUI, Aggravated DUI, Assault and Manslaughter. Aaron Black also handled numerous cases involving drug possession, conspiracy, money laundering, fraud, and white collar offenses. While at the Public Defender's Office Aaron Black tried numerous jury and bench trials. He logged thousands of hours in the courtroom.
Education
University of Arizona
B.A. / Political Science
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Activities: Rugby
Awards
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Will be in April 2012 issue of Southwest SuperLawyers. It is for the top 2.5% of lawyers under 40 years old or who have been practicing less than 10 years.
Certificate
Arizona Forensic Science Academy
Certificate
Accident Reconstruction: Auto Pedestrian/Bicycle
Certificate
Advanced Trial College
Trial tactics for criminal defense cases. Taught by leading experts, actors, and lawyers.
Certificate
Accidnt Investigations
Certificate
Resi Technique of Interview Interrogation
Cerificate
AACJ 23rd Annual Aggressive Defense of the Accused Impaired Driver
Certificate
Collateral Consequences of DUI: How Will My Clients Be Affected?
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DUI Law Update - State Bar of Arizona
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13th Annual Trial Skills College
Certificate
Blood Alcohol Analysis
Certificate
Trial College
Trial tactics for criminal defense cases. Taught by leading experts, actors, and lawyers.
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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers: Winning with DUI: Offense, Defense, Special Teams
Professional Associations
Arizona State Bar
Member
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Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice (AACJ)
Member
Current
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
Member
Current
American Bar Association
Member
Current
South Dakota State Bar
Member
Current
Brophy College Preparatory Mock Trial Team
Coach
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21 Questions Answered

Q. What does "dismissed due to jury indictment" means
A: Unfortunately, this means you are in a lot of trouble and formal felony charges have been filed against you. A grand jury found there is probable cause for you to stand trial. You need to contact an Arizona Criminal Defense Lawyer.
Q. What is penalty for felony 13.1424 voyeurism if guilty?? entered wrong change room by mistake at gym twice..
A: This is a sex offense. You can be charged as a sex offender. It is a class 5 felony. If you are charged with two class 5 felonies on different dates you may be looking at mandatory prison time. The first offense if probation eligible. The second offense carries a prison sentence of 1 - 3.75 years. Get a lawyer to help.
Q. Can a GJ indictment be thrown out if all the evidence available at the time was not presented?
A: It is possible. At the Grand Jury not all evidence needs to be presented. However, if the evidence that was not presented was exculpatory, there will be a very good argument. I have won numerous grand jury remand motions on this issue. You should contact a criminal defense lawyer.
Q. If my DUI case was vacated. What does that mean?
A: If you are charged with a felony it means you have been indicted and charges are moving forward. If you are only charged with a misdemeanor it means your case was most likely dismissed, but that it can be re-filed
Q. I recieved an aggravated dui while required to have an interlock. My question....I did have the interlock installed
A: The state must prove you were driving the car. You need to hire an attorney and interview the witness. This is a serious offense and requires 4 months in prison if convicted.
Q. Does the state have to produce a victim or witness on a burglary charge
A: The state is going to need someone or something to prove that the defendant did not have the right to be in a specific building or residential yard. To give you the best answer it will be necessary to review the case. There are many different factors that go into how the state is going to try and prove its case. Good luck, Aaron Black, 480-729-1683, aaron@aaroblacklaw.com
Q. How will my Colorado DWAI (not DUI) be treated on my AZ license?
A: The best answer I can give you is to go over to the AZ MVD and order a printout of your driving record if you are already licensed in AZ. This will show you how AZ in treating your Colorado DWAI. I am not sure what a DWAI, but if you took care of it in Colorado you should be fine in AZ. Most states share driving records with each other and they will not double punish you. If you are now valid to drive in Colorado, AZ will recognize that and should grant you a license. If you are suspended in Colorado because of this AZ will also suspend you.
Q. What has precedent when acquiring an admissible statement in the state of New York
A: There are many things that go into determining if a statement is admissible. It depends who made it. If the defendant did - was the defendant Mirandized? Is the person who made the statement testifying? If not, does the statement fall under an exception to hearsay. I am licensed in AZ, but those are the basic things that are first examined by an attorney. There are many other exceptions and it is best to consult with an attorney regarding the statement and other evidence that will be presented at trial. Good luck, Aaron Black
Q. What is the penalty for resisting arrest class 6 felony
A: Resisting arrest is a serious felony offense. If the defendant has no prior felonies the punishment can be one of three things: 1) up to 3 years of probation, 2) up to three years of probation and up to one year in county jail, 3) .33 - 2 years in prison. If the accused has a prior felony conviction that is allegable then prison would be mandatory. If the accused has one prior felony the prison sentence is .75 - 2.75 years. If two or more priors the prison sentence is 2.25 - 5.75 years. Aaron Black Criminal & DUI Defense Attorney Law Office of Aaron M. Black, PLLC 3219 East Camelback Road #573 Phoenix, AZ 85018 Office #: 480-729-1683 Email: aaron@aaronblacklaw.com http://www.aaronblacklaw.com luck,
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Law Office of Aaron M. Black, PLLC
3219 E. Camelback Road, #573
Phoenix, AZ 85018
USA
Telephone: (480) 729-1683
4500 N. 32nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85016
USA