If you are charged with DUI while on vacation to the Gilbert area or elsewhere in Arizona then you could still face some serious penalties for conviction of this crime.
As a driver on the Arizona state roads, you are subject to the Arizona state traffic laws. This includes the Arizona implied consent law, and other DUI laws. If you are suspected to be driving while intoxicated then a police officer may pull you over and request you to perform some field sobriety tests. It is vitally important for you to know that in the state of Arizona you can refuse to perform these tests, and you cannot be penalized for this.
There is, however, an implied consent law in Arizona that states that if you are driving on the roads in Arizona, you will consent to any chemical tests that you are requested to perform. It is true that you can refuse to perform these tests as well, but you will automatically lose your license for one year. If you have been arrested and charged with DUI then you could face penalties of jail time, license suspension, fines and other penalties if you are convicted. It is vitally important that you have skilled representation of your case on your side in order to maximize your chances of a favorable outcome of your case.
How We Can Help You
At Rosenstein Law Group we are a skilled and highly experienced law firm that will be able to provide you with the aggressive representation you will need on your side in order to maximize your chances of a favorable outcome of your case in court. We have extensive knowledge of the forensic science used in determining BAC through blood and urine tests, sometimes more than the individuals administering the test.
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Contact our firm today by calling 480-248-7666 to retain the legal representation you will need on your side.