Underage DUI - Phoenix

For minors, there is no acceptable blood alcohol content allowable. Arizona shows zero tolerance for underage drinkers. A DUI conviction for a Phoenix driver younger than 21 carries many undesirable consequences, including the following:

  • Jail time
  • License suspension or revocation
  • Ignition interlock device on your car
  • Alcohol assessment and counseling required
  • Misdemeanor on your record for a lifetime
  • Negative consequences related to college entrance, student loans, applications for jobs and increased insurance rates
  • Probation
  • Community service

Phoenix Underage Drinking and Driving Lawyer

Rosenstein Law Group welcomes students at Arizona State University, military personnel and other minors in the Phoenix area who have been charged with underage DUI. We earnestly hope that you will not consider this to be simply a traffic ticket — and that you will not plead guilty before consulting with an experienced lawyer. You may be able to plead to a lesser offense, avoid a criminal record altogether or reduce a two-year driving suspension. Our defense attorneys can help you explore your options.

Perhaps you don't want your parents or your Phoenix employer to know about your underage DUI charges, and you hope that by taking care of it yourself, you can put the matter behind you. Nothing could be farther from the truth. You must confront the challenge head on.

We know all too well how high the stakes are for you. We are prepared to represent you and help you pursue the most favorable outcome attainable in your case:

  • Charges reduced
  • Charges dismissed
  • Acquittal at trial
  • Restoration of your driving privileges
  • Protection of your good name and clean record

Free Case Evaluation for Phoenix Drivers Charged With Underage DUI — Call Us 24/7

For effective defense on an underage DUI arrest, call or e-mail the Rosenstein Law Group today and request a consultation with a Phoenix underage DUI defense lawyer. We serve the Greater Phoenix area, Maricopa County, Pima County and Pinal County, including college students and personnel from Luke Air.