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About Robert Gruler

Robert was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 2013 and the California State Bar in 2015. Robert is also admitted in Federal Court in the District of Arizona and has being awarded the distinction of being in the Nations Top 1% of Attorneys awarded by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. Robert’s primary focus in criminal defense is DUI and allegation of driving while impaired. Robert believes a vigorous defense is essential to protecting all citizens’ rights and upholding the traditions embodied by the Bill of Rights. Robert was born in Arizona and attended Arizona State University and Brophy College Preparatory where he was regional champion and captain of the wrestling team.

Do you have to pay your photo radar ticket?

R&R Law Group appears with ABC 15's "Let Joe Know" to discuss common questions fellow Arizonan's have, including: "What do you mean by served?? Physically handing it to you? Does this apply to Scottsdale??" From Nisbeth. "What if the ticket is served at the residence but not served to you?" From Bonnie. "What happens if [...]

Scottsdale Traffic Cameras Back Online

The City of Scottsdale is going to reactivate their photo radar traffic camera program starting today, May 13th 2016. The program was offline after Attorney General Mark Brnovich issued a memorandum stating that these private traffic camera companies operating the programs must obtain private investigator's licenses in order to function. Apparently, the company operating out [...]

I was mailed a photo speeding ticket for driving 11 miles over the speed limit (56 in a 45 mph zone) while I was visiting Scottsdale last month. How should I proceed?

We are sorry to hear about your ticket! The first question is whether or not you got an actual traffic ticket or just a traffic violation notice. If it says something like "Notice of Violation" or "Traffic Violation Notice" then this can be completely ignored. However, if it says "Arizona Traffic Ticket & Complaint" at the [...]

Photo Radar Bill to Punish Owners, Not Drivers

Photo Radar Bill to Punish Owners, Not Drivers Located at Scottsdale and McDowell An Arizona legislator has introduced a ridiculous bill to punish owners of vehicles in alleged traffic violations, and not the actual driver. This is a recurring issue. Arizona photo radar enforcement mechanisms are rampant across Arizona. Penalties for violations can be [...]

Tempe Police Buy New Vehicles for East Valley DUI Enforcement

Tempe Police Buy New Vehicles for East Valley DUI Enforcement The Tempe Police Department purchased 3 new vehicles aimed at increasing enforcement of DUI related crimes. Every year around the holiday season from November through New Years, East Valley cities embark on what is called "super saturation" enforcement. They focus on intense DUI enforcement through [...]

El Mirage Photoradar Petition to Remove Cameras in the Works

Introduction El Mirage resident Linda Kleiner said she plans on starting a petition to remove photoradar cameras in the City of El Mirage in October. Sign us up! Our firm fights photoradar all over the state of Arizona, and El Mirage is very heavy handed with their enforcement program. The police officials who testify on [...]

Tempe Passes Toughest Texting & Driving Law in Arizona

Introduction Tempe recently passed a city ordinance that gives law enforcement additional authority to fine drivers for texting and driving. According to azcentral.com, if an officer sees your vehicle swerving and sees your cell phone out, that officer can stop you and issue a citation for texting and driving. It is not clear if it [...]