Experienced, Capable Criminal Defense In Arizona
George F. Klink Attorney At Law has represented hundreds of people who have been accused of a crime or been the focus of a criminal investigation.
An Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Phoenix And Beyond
An Aggressive Advocate For Your Rights In State And Federal Court
George F. Klink Attorney At Law concentrates his practice in the representation of those accused of crimes in both federal and state courts in Arizona. The office is conveniently located near the jail and major courts in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. As an attorney practicing criminal law in Maricopa County for more than two decades, Mr. Klink has the experience and familiarity with the legal system that is critical to properly and successfully represent an accused in the court.
Experienced Criminal Defense For A Wide Range Of Criminal Charges
The types of charges in which George F. Klink Attorney At Law has represented clients include:
- Sex offenses
- Domestic violence
- Fraudulent schemes
- Probation violations
- Cruelty to animals
- Violations of zoning regulations (e.g. barking dog, dog at large, leash law)
- Drug- or narcotic-related offenses
- Numerous other criminal offenses
Attorney George F. Klink has practiced in the United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, United States District Court for the District of Arizona, County Superior Courts in Arizona, as well as city and justice courts throughout the state of Arizona. Among the cities in Maricopa County in which attorney Klink has represented clients in criminal cases are Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Glendale, Goodyear, Avondale, Wickenburg, Chandler, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Fountain Hills and Carefree.
The practice of criminal law in these city courts generally involves misdemeanors such as DUI, prostitution, domestic violence, misdemeanor assaults, shoplifting, traffic (DUI) and zoning violations. Zoning violations include barking dog, leash law, and dog at large accusations, which are frequently charged as criminal offenses.