An underage DUI applies to intoxicated drivers under 21. Unfortunately, Peoria’s underage DUI rates spike in the summer months. The town is also close to colleges like Arizona State University’s West Campus or Midwestern University, which means there are higher chances of underage drinking and driving. Following arrest, it is important to hire an experienced and locally based DUI attorney in the DUI criminal process. If you or your teen has been arrested for a DUI in Peoria, you should contact Rosenstein Law Group immediately to get our skilled DUI attorneys working on the defense immediately.
Our DUI Defense team has the specialized knowledge and access to the resources necessary to competently defend you and successfully fight your DUI charges, limiting the long term ramifications of these charges. Start today by contacting us online here or by calling (480) 248-7666.
An adult’s BAC typically must be a minimum of .08. Arizona is a “zero-tolerance” state. As ARS 4-244(34) law states, “It is unlawful for a person under twenty-one years of age to have in the person’s body any spirituous liquor.” This is basically a “not-a-drop” policy, meaning that an underage driver can get arrested for a DUI regardless of the BAC level. This applies even your BAC is .01%. An underage DUI is also known as a “Baby DUI”.
Even if you get this charge as a “baby,” it can have lasting consequences on your life. The penalties range from:
While a DUI is distressing at any age, the consequences can feel even more heightened when you are young. Imagine experiencing jail, going to court, or being unable to drive as a young person.
Regardless of age, if you face a DUI, you should seek out help from DUI attorneys. At Rosenstein Law Group, we specialize in DUI cases of all varieties, whether you are underage or a repeat offender. We will craft a strong, aggressive defense that can get your penalties reduced or expunged from your record. Call us at 480-248-7666 or click here for a free consultation.