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Phoenix Criminal Defense Attorney – Law Office of Caroline Aeed

Caroline Aeed is a Phoenix Criminal Defense Attorney who focuses her practice on aggressively defending DUI offenses and other criminal matters. Ms. Aeed is a third-generation native Arizonan and the family’s second DUI lawyer. Ms. Aeed worked as a trial lawyer for the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office before opening her law firm, the Law Office of Caroline Aeed, in 2004. Ms. Aeed earned a B.A. in Political Science from Arizona State University in 1996 and a law degree from the University of Wyoming in 2000. Ms. Aeed attributes her firm’s success to its small size and reliance on referrals. She can connect with each client individually because she keeps it small.

Her expertise stems from her research into error patterns in various crime labs, with a focus on the individual criminalist’s pattern of lab errors and errors in officer phlebotomy. Ms. Aeed’s successful practice is based on her ability to simplify forensic alcohol evidence for the jury.

Why Choose Us?

Affordability, experience, compassion, and the pursuit of justice on your behalf.

Manslaughter, Aggravated DUI, Aggravated Assault, Dangerous Offenses, Sex Offenses, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Forgery, Identity Theft, Fraud, Kidnapping, Theft of Means, and Drug Offenses are among the offenses we have litigated.

You must contact our office as soon as you become aware of any pending criminal proceedings against you! If a police officer requests an interview, please do not hesitate to contact our office! Do not waste time preparing your defense; instead, contact our office right away!

Caroline Aeed Practice Areas

  • Felony Offenses
  • Felony Trials
  • Misdemeanor Trials
  • Misdemeanor Offenses
  • Probation Violations
  • Probation Modifications
  • Traffic Offenses
  • Motion Hearings
  • Mental Health
  • Vacate Judgment
  • Rule 11 Issues
  • Professional Licenses
  • Rights Restoration
  • Evidentiary Hearings
  • Undesignated Offenses
  • Mitigation Specialist
  • Motor Vehicle Hearings
  • Investigation


Q What can I do about my motion for undesignated class 6 felony being denied

Typically if you have outstanding fees, classes, or community service hours the court will not designate the offense as a misdemeanor. If these things were terms of your probation and it may be contingent on whether or not you earn the misdemeanor. You must contact the clerk of the court to see if there are remaining fees to be paid or anything else that needs to be done. The matter will remain a felony until it is changed by the court. It is important to follow through and earn the misdemeanor. An attorney can help you sort this out. Good luck!

Q I was charged with a disorderly conduct, how bad is it to have that on your record?

If it the first criminal offense you have been charged with, it is very likely you will get an offer to take a class and have it dismissed. It will depend on the jurisdiction. There would be a question as to "who reported the loud music" and how were disorderly? I would not be overly concerned if you are eligible for a diversion offer, if you choose that route and its offered to you.