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Arizona DUI Attorneys

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Arizona DUI Attorneys

Arizona DUI Attorneys

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Arizona DUI Attorneys – It is well known that Arizona has some of the harshest DUI laws in the country.  Even a first-time misdemeanor DUI conviction in this state carries mandatory jail time, significant fines, administrative suspensions, the requirement to equip one’s vehicle with an ignition interlock device, and many other possible repercussions that can tremendously affect one’s life.  Penalties increase significantly for repeat DUI offenses or higher blood alcohol content.  If certain aggravating circumstances are present, a DUI can even be charged as a felony and carry additional jail time, fines, a permanent criminal record, and other more severe consequences. Having an experienced, aggressive attorney can be crucial to navigating this tumultuous area of the law, and achieving the best results possible in your DUI case.

Arizona DUI Attorneys – Clearly, being charged with any variety of DUI in the state of Arizona is a serious matter that carries severe penalties.  The good news is you don’t have to face the charges alone.  The attorneys of The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm have decades of combined experience handling DUI cases in Arizona, and utilize a variety of strategies and techniques to ensure the best result in each and every DUI matter that we handle.

Arizona DUI Attorneys – DUI law is an area that is largely based on science and technology.  In attempting to establish their case against you, the State will often call upon forensic scientists, lab technicians, phlebotomists, and other experts to analyze the data collected by the police in their investigation.  It is our firm’s philosophy that you should have your own experts as well to present evidence in your defense and analyze the State’s data in an impartial manner.  That is why the attorneys at The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm regularly call upon our own forensic scientists, toxicologists, phlebotomists, and accident reconstructionists to challenge the State’s allegations against you and call their findings into question.  Our network of experienced DUI experts are among some of the most qualified and prestigious in the field, keeping our firm on the cutting edge of Arizona DUI defense.

Arizona DUI Attorneys – The State has a duty to respect all of your rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and Arizona Constitution in their DUI investigation.  If it can be demonstrated that the police or any of the State’s agents violated any of your important constitutional rights during their DUI investigation, the improper conduct can be challenged and all resulting evidence obtained as a result of the violation may be suppressed.  If constitutional violations are properly attacked, it can create serious difficulties for the State to prove their case in many situations.  The attorneys of The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm have built a reputation of successfully challenging the State’s violations of these important rights of citizens, resulting in the best possible results for our clients.


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PENALTIES FOR A MISDEMEANOR DUI CONVICTION IN ARIZONA:

“Standard” DUI (BAC .08 – .149 or “impaired to the slightest degree”)

Arizona DUI Attorneys – To convict you of a “standard” DUI, the State must demonstrate that you operated your motor vehicle while you were “impaired to the slightest degree,”or that you had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or more within two hours of operating your vehicle.  To prove its case, the State will present all evidence observed and collected by police officers, witnesses, and forensics experts throughout the course of the investigation.  This includes all observed driving habits, performance on field sobriety tests, incriminating statements, blood draw results, breath alcohol tests, and numerous other pieces of evidence designed to insinuate impairment.

FIRST OFFENSE

Arizona DUI Attorneys – A first-time DUI conviction can result in 10 days of jail time, fines in excess of $1500, a 30-day complete driver’s license suspension followed by a 60-day restricted driver’s license, the requirement to equip one’s vehicle with an ignition interlock device for 12 months upon license reinstatement, and probation for up to 5 years.  In addition, the court may require community service, mandatory attendance to MADD or AA meetings, vehicle impoundment, and other penalties that the court may administer at its discretion.  The court may suspend 9 out of the 10 days of jail time with the completion of mandatory drug/alcohol screening and treatment.  There are also additional penalties from the MVD, such as 8-points accrued on your driver’s license and mandatory Traffic Survival School.

There are additional penalties for commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders, such as possible revocation of the license.  Additionally, the required BAC threshold is lower if a CDL is involved- the State need only prove BAC of .04 or above.

SECOND OFFENSE

Arizona DUI Attorneys – If you are convicted of a standard DUI, and have a prior DUI conviction within 84 months of the current conviction, the penalties increase substantially.  The court may require 90 days in jail (with up to 60 days suspended upon completion of drug/alcohol screening and treatment), fines in excess of $3,000, a mandatory 1-year license revocation followed by a 1-year ignition interlock device requirement on any vehicle that the defendant drives, probation for up to 5 years, community service for a minimum of 30 hours, possible impoundment of your vehicle, MADD or AA classes, and other administrative penalties from the MVD.  A second DUI conviction for a commercial driver’s license may result in the complete revocation of their CDL without chance of future reinstatement.

Don’t face your DUI alone.

Call The Attorneys For Freedom Law firm today to set up a consultation with our experienced, aggressive DUI attorneys, and let us show you why our firm is known throughout Arizona for our commitment to excellence.


WHAT TO SAY IF PULLED OVER BY THE POLICE

I refuse to consent to any search whatsoever. I do not consent to a search of my premises, my person, my immediate location or any vehicle or effects. I hereby exercise my rights as enumerated by the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution and Article Two of the Arizona Constitution. I demand to have my attorney present prior to and throughout any questioning at all. Additionally, I request to call my attorney right now for a private legal consultation.”

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