Although Mark’s office handles many DUI cases throughout Arizona and Maricopa County, Mark and his office have more than twenty-five combined years of practicing criminal law and have defended thousands of people facing a wide variety of criminal charges.

During this time, Mark and his associate attorneys have defended individuals facing vehicular related offenses, from criminal speeding to manslaughter, including high-profile felony assault cases. They have also handled numerous types of drug offenses, ranging from possession of drug paraphernalia up to major felony drug distribution offenses involving multi-codefendants, multi-state enforcement, and DEA task force agents and the FBI. From misdemeanor disorderly conduct and assault cases at the municipal court level to federal felonies involving illegal weapon manufacturing and export or illegal pharmaceutical distribution conspiracies, this office knows that every case matters to the person charged. From traffic stops to wiretapping, forensic testing to subpoenaed social media records or medical records, these cases involve complex evidentiary records often requiring examination and analysis by our attorneys and their experts. Mark and his associates have worked hard to hone their craft and have attended numerous criminal defense seminars to strengthen trial strategies and trial procedure, understand scientific evidence, and stay up to date on Arizona and federal court decisions that can affect your case. No matter the gravity of the offense, the Law Offices of Mark D. DuBiel approaches each and every case in the same way: with commitment, credibility, and calling.

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  • Homicide
  • Sexual Assault
  • Child Prostitution
  • Burglary
  • Robbery
  • Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon
  • Theft
  • Criminal Damage
  • Shoplifting
  • Domestic Violence Offenses
  • Criminal Traffic
  • Trespassing
  • Forgery
  • Fraud Schemes
  • Computer Offenses
  • Juvenile Offenses
  • Probation Violation
  • Criminal Conviction Set Asides
  • Restoration of Rights
  • Representation before ADOT’s Motor Vehicle Division
  • Extradition