If you have been arrested and accused of a crime, a criminal defense attorney can protect your rights and ensure that you get a fair trial. If you are convicted, you may face harsh punishment including prison time and fines. Regardless of the outcome of the case, your reputation may be damaged. The Ramos Law Firm will work diligently to defend you because we believe that an individual accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty.
As a Certified Specialist in Criminal Law, Mr. Ramos can handle all felony and misdemeanor criminal cases. Mr. Ramos defends individuals who have been charged with the following crimes:
By understanding the circumstances of your case and weighing the strength of the evidence against you, he will design a thorough legal strategy that includes:
Paul Ramos has nearly 30 years of experience as a Criminal Defense Attorney and he is a Certified Criminal Specialist in Criminal Law. He has expertise in current state and federal criminal law and he will develop the best defense for an acquittal. If you have been arrested, are under investigation, or have been charged with a crime, call the Ramos Law Firm today.
The Arizona Board of Legal Specialization identifies lawyers who have demonstrated superior knowledge, skill, integrity, professionalism, and competence in a specific area of law, to better serve the public. The Board certifies attorneys in eight areas of law. To obtain certification, lawyers must meet specific requirements.
To qualify for certification, an attorney must:
Currently the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization recognizes the following fields of law for Board certification:
Out of a total State Bar membership of more than 17,000 active members, approximately 700 Arizona attorneys are Board certified.
Certification is for a period of five years, after which time the attorney may apply for recertification. Attorneys must demonstrate that they meet the requirements of continuing legal education and substantial involvement in the specialty field on an ongoing basis.
A certified attorney is entitled to:
*Source: The State Bar of Arizona
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