Top Yuma Traffic Ticket Lawyers - Arizona

Corso Law Group, PLLC. was founded in 2007 by Christopher P. Corso after years of prosecuting criminal matters in a supervisory/mentor role.  For over a decade, the highly-trained attorneys at Corso Law Group have fought and won thousands of traffic and criminal cases with an intelligent aggressive approach.  The firm has been highly published and nationally recognized for its stance on...

Based in Scottsdale, R&R Law Group has a reputation for successfully defending individuals across Arizona who have been charged with criminal offenses of all kinds. With experience in more than 45 courts, our law firm has won numerous acquittals, case dismissals and jury trial victories. When you choose us to handle your case, you will be treated like a valuable person, not a mere number on a...

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