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Ryan McPhie

Ryan McPhie

McPhie Law, P.C.
  • Criminal Law, Personal Injury, DUI & DWI...
  • Arizona
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Summary

Ryan McPhie is a former Deputy County Attorney who is serious about aggressively protecting his clients and their rights. Ryan and his team know the prosecutors and Courts throughout the valley and how to obtain the best possible results in each case. McPhie Law exists to serve each client. We fight to even the playing field for the little guy against the full might of the government.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Personal Injury
  • DUI & DWI
  • Domestic Violence
  • White Collar Crime
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Arizona
9th Circuit
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Owner/ Attorney
McPhie Law, P.C.
- Current
Deputy County Attorney
Maricopa County Attorney's Office
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Attorney
Hastings & Hastings
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Education
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
J.D. (2011)
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Brigham Young University
B.S. / Business Management- Finance/ Entrepreneurship (2004)
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Awards
Clients Choice
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Rising Star
Superlawyers
10.0 rated "Top Attorney" designation
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Clients Choice
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10.0 rated "Top Attorney" designation
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Clients Choice
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Premier 100
American Academy of Trial Attorneys
10 Best
American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
Top 40 Under 40
National Trial Lawyers Association
Clients choice
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Professional Associations
American Academy of Trial Attorneys
Member
- Current
American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys
- Current
Arizona Trial Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice
Member
- Current
State Bar of Arizona # 028962
Member
- Current
National Trial Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. My fiance had a DUI in 2012 but he was arrested last night for failure to appear
A: There are a number of reasons that could have delayed the charging process such as a re-file or a "long form" complaint that allows for the state to wait to charge the case until they have the blood results or other evidence. The State generally has 1 year to charge a misdemeanor DUI, but that clock can stop running. If they filed charges and the Court sent a summons, even if you did not receive it, a warrant issued and stopped the 1 year statute of limitations. However, the State much show that it used due diligence to find you to justify such a long delay. Your best course of action at this point is to hire an attorney to deal with the warrant and the underlying case. I would NOT recommend going in to try to quash the warrant on your own. Many of us on Justia offer free consultations. Best of luck.
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Contact & Map
Mesa Office
2266 S. Dobson Road, Suite 200
Mesa, AZ 85202
USA
Toll-Free: (480) 400-5555
Fax: (888) 507-3031
Gilbert Office
207 N. Gilbert Road, Suite 001
Gilbert, AZ 85234
USA
Telephone: (480) 400-5555
Fax: (888) 507-3031