Arizona is very harsh when it comes to DUI charges and punishments. Arizona law calls for increased penalties for DUI offenses if a person’s BAC is above certain levels. If you are arrested for DUI in Kingman, Arizona, with a BAC at or between .15 and .19. Then you will be charged with an Extreme DUI.
Along with being arrested for a Blood Alcohol Content at or 0.15% and 0.19% additionally, an officer may impound your vehicle for 30 days upon arrest for Extreme DUI. Suppose the police and prosecutor allege that your BAC was in the extreme range. In that case, it may be possible to challenge the BAC to get charges dismissed or reduced. In other cases, it may be necessary to take the case to trial. Suppose you are arrested or charged with an Extreme DUI in Kingman, Arizona. In that case, you need a lawyer who can evaluate your case’s strength to get you the best possible result.
The Rosenstein Law Group has achieved numerous acquittals, dismissals, and reduced charges for clients charged with Extreme DUI in Kingman. Contact us 24/7 at 480-248-7666 or online for a free consultation and case evaluation.
An Extreme DUI conviction in Kingman, Arizona may have severe consequences, including:
If you have been convicted of an Extreme DUI and previously been convicted of a DUI committed within the last seven years. This is also referred to as a “second offense Extreme DUI,” then the punishments are increased. They will include 120 to 180 days in jail, a one-year driver’s license revocation, increased fines and fees, and 30 hours of community service (also called “community restitution”).
At the Rosenstein Law Group, the team of attorneys employs aggressive and smart strategies to attack the prosecution’s evidence. If your BAC was measured at .15 or higher, we would work to discredit or invalidate that number. As part of a comprehensive approach, we will look at the following:
We also examine the traffic stop, field sobriety tests, and arrest procedures to determine whether the police followed proper procedures and whether your rights were violated.