Being charged with Driving Under the Influence during a collision where someone is seriously hurt or dies can lead you to being charged with serious charges and facing substantial penalties.
Arizona treats cars as deadly weapons or dangerous instruments, and so driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and seriously injuring or killing someone can lead to vehicular homicide or aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charges. The penalties for both include felony convictions and lengthy prison sentences.
If you were involved in a collision and someone was hurt and you were arrested for a DUI then you need legal representation as quickly as possible. The Rosenstein Law Group has helped many people who were involved in DUI-related accidents and can help you with your Prescott DUI-related accident, too. Call today at 480-248-7666 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation to find out what your options are for minimizing the consequences going forward.