About Attorney Michael Souccar :
If you are accused of a DUI or criminal charge, it is important to have an experienced, seasoned lawyer who will provide you with quality legal representation. I have the knowledge and skills to defend you successfully, and I will aggressively fight to get you the best possible results. I have defended hundreds of persons accused of crimes in Arizona including, DUI, Extreme DUI, Aggravated DUI, Aggravated Assault,Vehicular Homicide, Theft, Forgery, Domestic Violence, Armed Robbery, Drug Offenses, Theft of Means and Manslaughter.
I offer 24hr emergency assistance and advice as well as reasonable fees with payment plans available. I understand the extreme financial and emotional impact a criminal charge can have on you and your family.
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Attorney's Office being challenged
County prosecutors ineligible to try cases, complaint argues
The Arizona Republic
Mar. 11, 2006 12:00 AM
Phoenix defense lawyers filed a flurry of court motions this week arguing that Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas inadvertently disqualified his staff from prosecuting Superior Court cases when he sued the presiding judge to abolish a special DUI program for Latino and Native American defendants.
Deputy public defender Michael Souccar argues in one filing that, by naming the presiding judge as a defendant in the federal case, Thomas "created a conflict of interest between all members of the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and all members of the Maricopa County Superior Court."