Personal Injury

The Law Office of Shiloh K. Hoggard, P.L.L.C., handles all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, which means that we only get paid if we obtain money for you through a settlement or judgment.

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Employment Law

Law office of Shiloh K. Hoggard, P.L.L.C. represents employers and employees in matters involving anti-discrimination laws, sexual harassment claims, wage and hour claims, employment contracts, non-competition agreements, and more.

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Civil Law

Business formation, real estate law, contracts and landlord/tenant law are all complex areas of law in which the Law office of Shiloh K. Hoggard, P.L.L.C. can provide counsel.

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Business Law

Businesses and individuals can benefit from the aid of our professional legal counsel whether it comes in the form of business planning, handling day-to-day operations, or managing potential or actual litigation.

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DUI & CRIMINAL TRAFFIC

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE (“DUI”)

Arizona has enacted significant penalties for driving while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any controlled substance. Although the offense is only a misdemeanor, a DUI is a complex criminal matter. The Law Office of Shiloh K. Hoggard, P.L.L.C., has valuable experience in navigating DUI cases.

First DUI (Non-extreme)

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  • 1 to 10 days in jail
  • $250 fine + surcharge
  • $500 prison assessment
  • $500 DPS
  • Jail Costs
  • Evaluation Costs
  • Treatment Costs
  • Probation Fees
  • 90-day Driver License suspension
  • Ignition Interlock Device

Second DUI (Non-extreme)

  • 30 to 90 days in jail
  • $250 fine + surcharge
  • $1,250 prison assessment
  • $250 abatement fee
  • Jail Costs
  • Evaluation Costs
  • Treatment Costs
  • Probation Fees
  • Driver License revoked for 1 year
  • Ignition Interlock Device

First Extreme DUI

  • 30 days in jail
  • $250 fine + surcharge
  • $1,000 prison assessment
  • $1,000 DPS
  • $250 abatement fee
  • Jail Costs
  • Evaluation Costs
  • Treatment Costs
  • Probation Fees
  • 90 day Driver License suspension
  • Ignition Interlock Device

Second Extreme DUI

  • 120 days in jail
  • $250 fine + surcharge
  • $1,250 prison assessment
  • $1,250 DPS
  • $250 abatement fee
  • Jail Costs
  • Evaluation Costs
  • Treatment Costs
  • Probation Fees
  • Driver License revoked for 1 year
  • Ignition Interlock Device

First Super Extreme (BAC is .20+)

  • 45 days in jail
  • Approx. $3,500 in Fines and Costs
  • Approx. $3,000 in Jail Costs
  • 90 day Driver License suspension
  • Ignition Interlock Device

Second Super Extreme (BAC is .20+)

  • 180 days in jail
  • Approx. $4,500 in Fines and Costs
  • Approx. $12,500 in Jail Costs
  • Driver License revoked for at least 1 year
  • Ignition Interlock Device

Aggravated DUI (Felony)

  • 3rd offense in 7 years, or revoked, restricted, suspended license
  • 4 months in Prison. If clean record – no prior felony convictions.
  • Up to $150,000 + surcharge
  • $1,500 prison assessment
  • $250 abatement fee
  • Evaluation Costs
  • Treatment Costs
  • Probation Fees
  • Driver License revoked for 3 years
  • Ignition Interlock Device

Aggravated DUI (Felony)

  • Child under 15 years old in vehicle
  • Up to $150,000 + surcharge
  • $1,500 prison assessment
  • $250 abatement fee
  • Jail Costs
  • Evaluation Costs
  • Treatment Costs
  • Probation Fees
  • Driver License revoked for 3 years
  • Ignition Interlock Device

Juveniles Convicted of DUI (First Offense)

  • Two-year license suspension
  • $100 to $500 fine + surcharge (court fees)
  • Court-ordered substance abuse counseling (paid for by juvenile offender)
  • Community Service hours

Juveniles Convicted of DUI (Second Offense)

  • 30 days detention
  • Two-year license suspension
  • $100 to $500 fine plus surcharges (court fees))
  • Court-ordered substance abuse counseling (paid for by juvenile offender)
  • Community Service hours

CRIMINAL TRAFFIC (SPEEDING, RECKLESS DRIVING)

In Arizona, there are several types of traffic offenses that are classified as misdemeanors. In other words, the offenses will not only be a part of your driving record, but they will also result in a criminal record. Some of these offenses include:

  • Criminal speeding (speed in excess of 85 mph or speed 20+ mph above the posted speed limit)
  • Reckless driving
  • Aggressive driving

Clients charged with these offenses have benefitted from Mr. Hoggard’s legal advice and representation.