Brown & Little P.L.C. provides top-quality representation in all types of felony, misdemeanor, juvenile, and traffic cases throughout Arizona.
The attorneys at Brown & Little P.L.C. have experience not only at the trial level, but also with sentencing, appeals, and post-conviction relief work. Brown & Little P.L.C. has handled numerous juvenile cases as well.
In all of our cases, we aim to:
- Earn your respect and trust from day one with an honest evaluation of your case and a fair price.
- Always return your calls and emails quickly, keeping you informed about the status of your case.
- Make you so satisfied with our representation that you recommend us without hesitation.
- How much does it cost to speak with an attorney?
- Initial consultations are $100.00, cash or cashier’s check only. This gives you up to one hour face-to-face with a licensed attorney.
- Why would I pay to speak to an attorney at Brown & Little P.L.C. when other law firms offer a free initial visit?
- When you speak to an attorney at Brown & Little P.L.C. you will receive legal advice that day. The attorney will tell you whether or not he thinks you need legal representation and suggest a course of action. What you will not get from Brown & Little P.L.C. is a sales pitch or scare tactics. You want honest advice on your legal matter, and that is exactly what you will get.
- How much will it cost me to hire an attorney from Brown & Little P.L.C.?
- Because every case is unique, it is impossible for us to provide an accurate estimate without speaking to you first. However, we can promise that you will receive the highest quality professional legal services we can provide for the lowest possible price. We want you to tell everyone you know how hard Brown & Little P.L.C. fought for you!
Types of Cases
Brown & Little P.L.C. can assist you in federal as well as state criminal matters. If you are charged with any of the following offenses, Brown & Little P.L.C. can help:
Homicide: Negligent homicide, Manslaughter, Second degree murder
Assault and Related Offenses: Endangerment, Threatening or intimidating, Assault, Aggravated assault, Dangerous or deadly assault by prisoner or juvenile, Prisoners who commit assault with intent to incite to riot or participate in riot, Assault of vicious animals, Drive by shooting, Assaults on public safety employees or volunteers and state hospital employees, Discharging a firearm at a structure, Prisoner assault with bodily fluids
Kidnapping and Related Offenses: Unlawful imprisonment, Kidnapping, Access interference, Unlawfully obtaining labor or services, Sex trafficking, Trafficking of persons for forced labor or services
Sexual Offenses: Indecent exposure, Public sexual indecency, Sexual abuse, Sexual conduct with a minor, Sexual assault, Adultery, Molestation of a child, Bestiality, Continuous sexual abuse of a child, Sexual misconduct, Unlawful sexual conduct, Violent sexual assault, Voyeurism
Criminal Trespass and Burglary: Criminal trespass in the third degree, Criminal trespass in the second degree, Criminal trespass in the first degree, Possession of burglary tools, Burglary in the third degree, Burglary in the second degree, Burglary in the first degree
Criminal Damage to Property: Criminal damage, Criminal littering or polluting, Aggravated criminal damage
Arson: Reckless burning, Arson of a structure or property, Arson of an occupied structure, Arson of an occupied jail or prison facility, Burning of wildlands, Unlawful cross burning, Unlawful symbol burning
Theft: Theft, Unlawful use of means of transportation, Theft by extortion, Shoplifting, Unlawful failure to return rented or leased property, Issuing a bad check, Unlawful failure to return a motor vehicle subject to a security interest, Theft of means of transportation, Unlawful use of power of attorney, Unlawful use, possession or removal of theft detection shielding devices, Unlawful possession, use or alteration of a retail sales receipt or universal product code label, Misappropriation of charter school monies
Robbery: Robbery, Aggravated robbery, Armed robbery
Forgery and Related Offenses: Forgery, Criminal possession of a forgery device, Criminal simulation, Obtaining a signature by deception, Criminal impersonation, Unlawful use of slugs, Taking identity of another person or entity, Aggravated taking identity of another person or entity, Trafficking in the identity of another person or entity
Credit Card Fraud: Theft of a credit card or obtaining a credit card by fraudulent means, Receipt of anything of value obtained by fraudulent use of a credit card, Forgery of credit card, Fraudulent use of a credit card, Possession of machinery, plate or other contrivance or incomplete credit card, False statement as to financial condition or identity, Fraud by person authorized to provide goods or services, Credit card transaction record theft, Unlawful possession or use of scanning device or reencoder
Business and Commercial Frauds: Deceptive business practices, False advertising, Defrauding secured creditors, Defrauding judgment creditors, Fraud in insolvency, Receiving deposits in an insolvent financial institution, Usury
Organized Crime, Fraud, and Terrorism: Making extortionate extensions of credit, Financing extortionate extensions of credit, Collection of extensions of credit by extortionate means, Possession of altered property, Trafficking in stolen property, Participating in or assisting a criminal syndicate, Terrorism, Bribery of participants in professional or amateur games, sports, horse races, dog races, contests, Fraudulent schemes and artifices, Fraudulent schemes and practices, Illegal control of an enterprise, Racketeering, Computer tampering, Unlawful possession of an access device, Unauthorized release of proprietary or confidential computer security information, Money laundering, Smuggling, Residential mortgage fraud, Participating in or assisting a criminal street gang, Unlawful transactions involving drop house properties
Obstruction of Public Administration: Obstructing governmental operations, Refusing to aid a peace officer, Refusing to assist in fire control, Compounding, Impersonating a public servant, Tampering with a public record, Securing the proceeds of an offense, Obstructing criminal investigations or prosecutions, Obstructing officer from collecting public money, Impersonating a peace officer, Refusing to provide truthful name when lawfully detained
Escape and Related Offenses: Escape in the third degree, Escape in the second degree, Escape in the first degree, Promoting prison contraband, Failure to appear in the second degree, Failure to appear in the first degree, Resisting arrest, Resisting an order directing, regulating or controlling motor vehicle, Hindering prosecution, Hindering prosecution in the second degree, Hindering prosecution in the first degree, Failure to discharge duties, Promoting secure care facility contraband
Bribery: Bribery of a public servant or party officer, Trading in public office, Commercial bribery, Offer to exert improper influence on public officer or employee for consideration
Perjury and Related Offenses: Perjury, False swearing, Unsworn falsification, Perjury by inconsistent statements
Interference with Judicial and Other Proceedings: Influencing a witness, Receiving a bribe by a witness, Tampering with a witness, Influencing a juror, Receiving a bribe by a juror, Jury tampering, Misconduct by a juror, Tampering with physical evidence, Interfering with judicial proceedings, Unlawful grand jury disclosure, Unlawful disclosure of an indictment, information or complaint, Simulating legal process
Offenses against Public Order: Unlawful assembly, Riot, Disorderly conduct, Loitering, Obstructing a highway or other public thoroughfare, False reporting, False reporting to law enforcement agencies, False reporting of child abuse or neglect, False reporting of sexual assault involving a spouse, Criminal nuisance, Residential picketing, Cruelty to animals, Dog fighting, Presence at dog fight, Cockfighting, Presence at cockfight, Cruel and inhumane confinement of a pig during pregnancy or of a calf raised for veal, Interference with or disruption of an educational institution, Unlawful introduction of disease or parasite, Unlawful violation of fire ban, Preventing use of telephone in emergency, Use of telephone to terrify, intimidate, threaten, harass, annoy or offend, Public nuisance, Interference with emergency transmission on citizens’ band radio frequency, Automated telephone solicitation, Harassment, Aggravated harassment, Interference with transmissions on public safety land mobile radio frequencies, Stalking, Unlawful solicitation of tort victims, Hoax, Abandonment or concealment of a dead body, Unlawful feeding of wildlife
Eavesdropping and Communications: False or forged messages, Opening, reading or publishing sealed letter of another without authority, Sending threatening or anonymous letter, Interception of wire, electronic and oral communications, Divulging communication service information, Possession of interception devices, Disclosing confidential information relating to ex parte order
Weapons and Explosives: Misconduct involving weapons, Misconduct involving explosives, Depositing explosives, Unlawful discharge of firearms, Sale or gift of firearm to minor, Misconduct involving simulated explosive devices, Concealed weapons, Misconduct involving body armor, Misconduct involving weapons in a secured area of an airport
Prostitution: Enticement of persons for purpose of prostitution, Procurement by false pretenses of person for purpose of prostitution, Procuring or placing persons in house of prostitution, Receiving earnings of prostitute, Causing spouse to become prostitute,Taking child for purpose of prostitution, Detention of persons in house of prostitution for debt, Keeping or residing in house of prostitution, Pandering, Transporting persons for purpose of prostitution or other immoral purpose, Child prostitution
Gambling: Promotion of gambling, Benefiting from gambling, Betting and wagering, Possession of a gambling device, Possession of gambling records, Amusement gambling intellectual contests or events
Drug Offenses: Possession and sale of peyote, Possession and sale of a vapor releasing substance containing a toxic substance, Selling or giving nitrous oxide to underage person, Sale of precursor or regulated chemicals, Possession or sale of precursor chemicals, regulated chemicals, substances or equipment, Possession, use, production, sale or transportation of marijuana, Possession, use, administration, acquisition, sale, manufacture or transportation of prescription-only drugs, Possession, use, administration, acquisition, sale, manufacture or transportation of dangerous drugs, Manufacturing methamphetamine under circumstances that cause physical injury to a minor, Possession, use, administration, acquisition, sale, manufacture or transportation of narcotic drugs, Possession, use, sale or transfer of marijuana, peyote, prescription drugs, dangerous drugs or narcotic drugs or manufacture of dangerous drugs in a drug free school zone, Prescribing controlled substances included in schedule I for seriously ill and terminally ill patients , Possession, manufacture, delivery and advertisement of drug paraphernalia, Use of wire communication or electronic communication in drug related transactions, Multiple drug offenses not committed on the same occasion, Using building for sale or manufacture of dangerous or narcotic drugs
Imitation Substance or Drug Offenses: Manufacture or distribution of imitation controlled substance, Manufacture or distribution of imitation prescription only drug, Manufacture or distribution of imitation over the counter drug; prohibited acts, Possession or possession with intent to use imitation controlled substance, Possession or possession with intent to use an imitation prescription only drug, Possession or possession with intent to use an imitation over the counter drug, Manufacture of certain substances and drugs by certain means
Obscenity: Production, publication, sale, possession and presentation of obscene items, Coercing acceptance of obscene articles or publications, Obscene prints and articles, Furnishing harmful items to minors, Furnishing harmful items to minors; internet activity, Public display of explicit sexual materials, Obscene or indecent telephone communications to minors for commercial purposes, Sale or distribution of material harmful to minors through vending machines
Sexual Exploitation of Children: Commercial sexual exploitation of a minor, Sexual exploitation of a minor, Luring a minor for sexual exploitation, Portraying adult as minor, Admitting minors to public displays of sexual conduct, Aggravated luring a minor for sexual exploitation, Unlawful age misrepresentation
Family Offenses: Domestic violence, Aggravated domestic violence, Partial birth abortions, Soliciting abortion, Advertising to produce abortion or prevent conception, Bigamy, Marrying spouse of another, Incest, Child bigamy, Abandonment of spouse, Refusal or neglect to provide for spouse, Contributing to delinquency and dependency, Permitting life, health or morals of minor to be imperiled by neglect, abuse or immoral associations, Hire or use of child under sixteen for public vocation, Furnishing of tobacco to minor, Child or vulnerable adult abuse
Miscellaneous Offenses: Unlawful use of food stamps, Defacing or damaging petroglyphs, pictographs, caves or caverns, Excavating certain sites, Adding poison or other harmful substance to food, drink or medicine, Unlawful copying or sale of sounds or images from recording devices, Failure to procure or exhibit a business license, Telecommunication fraud, Obtaining cable television services fraudulently, Obtaining subscription television services, Interruption of or injury to cable television systems, Consideration for referral of patient, client or customer, Unauthorized manufacture, duplication, use or possession of key to a public building, Unlawful failure to give notice of conviction of dangerous crime against children or child abuse, Unlawful subleasing of motor vehicle, Sale of ticket in excess of regular price, Obtaining wireless telecommunications services or wireless telecommunications devices fraudulently, Dropping objects from overpass, Solicitations for American veterans’ organizations, Unlawful operation of a recording device with the intent to record a motion picture, Obtaining utility service fraudulently, Interference with monitoring devices, Unauthorized use of the name, portrait or picture of a deceased soldier, Unlawful residency, Unlawful purchase or sale of used catalytic converter
Motor Vehicle Crimes: Driving under the influence (DUI), Driving while intoxicated (DWI), Reckless driving, Felony flight