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Category: DUI

Should I Plead Guilty or No Contest to DUI? Or Fight It?

June 23, 2021 | DUI

If you get arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Arizona, it is critical to understand your rights as a defendant. Working with a Tempe DUI attorney can make all of the difference, as your lawyer can give you trustworthy legal advice from years of experience representing clients in DUI cases. Your lawyer can… read more

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How Does a DUI Trial Work?

June 9, 2021 | DUI

If you get arrested for driving under the influence, otherwise known as DUI, it is important to understand what legal processes are to come. The more you know about how a DUI trial works in Arizona, the more peace of mind you can have about your future. If you have never before been to court,… read more

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What Happens When You Get Your First DUI?

April 15, 2021 | DUI,First DUI

If you or a family member was recently arrested for a first offense driving under the influence (DUI) crime, it is important to know what the future holds. The more you know about the criminal justice process surrounding DUI charges, the more peace of mind you can have about what comes next. For legal advice… read more

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How Much Does a First Offense DUI Cost?

April 1, 2021 | DUI,First DUI

Arizona lawmakers take driving under the influence (DUI) crimes very seriously. They deter drivers from operating under the influence of drugs and alcohol by penalizing these crimes harshly. After adding up the various expenses associated with a first offense DUI, this crime can cost thousands of dollars – more than most other types of first… read more

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What Is a Restricted License?

March 30, 2021 | DUI

Driver’s license suspension is a common penalty assessed against someone who commits a traffic violation in Arizona, such as driving under the influence (DUI). If the offender needs his or her license to fulfill employment, education, or religious obligations, however, the courts may grant the offender a restricted or hardship license instead. This type of… read more

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