Underage DUI in Prescott Consolidated Justice/City Court

If you are under the age of 21 and drive with any alcohol in your system, regardless of whether it is above the legal limit, you face serious consequences like the loss of your driving privileges for two years, jail time, a conviction on your record, and difficulties with college admissions, student loans, background checks, and holding licenses.

Underage DUI Overview

Under Arizona Revised Statutes § 4-244(34) a person under the age of 21 cannot drive with any detectable blood alcohol content. That the BAC was under 0.08 does not stop you from being prosecuted in the Prescott Consolidated Justice/City Court.

What are the Consequences to an Underage DUI in the Prescott Consolidated Justice/City Court

Unlike a civil traffic offense, conviction for an Underage DUI will lead to a permanent criminal record for you. If convicted, you face jail time and a loss of your driver's license. You may be required to complete alcohol counseling and you may be placed on probation. The Rosenstein Law Group has successfully helped many people charged with Underage DUI in Arizona and can help you with your Prescott Consolidated Justice/City Court Underage DUI case. We offer free consultations and will find the right defense for your case to get the best possible result. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation.