Working To Avoid The Harsh Penalties for Repeat Offenses

Repeat offense DUI is taken very seriously in Arizona, and a conviction could have extremely harsh consequences. Fines increase, the amount of time you spend in jail goes up and your right to drive could be gone with no option for a work permit. With so much at stake, it is critical that you seek the advice of a qualified criminal defense lawyer who knows the law and has the ability to protect your interests.

At the Rosenstein Law Group, we offer our clients decades of combined experience resolving even the most complex DUI/DWI cases. We know that the future can seem bleak when you are facing a second offense DUI, or worse. We have successfully represented numerous clients in these cases, and many have been able to walk away with their rights and freedom intact.

Serious, But Not Hopeless

It rarely serves the interests of a repeat offender to plead guilty to drunk driving charges. The courts are not inclined to leniency, and the mandatory penalties can make the point of a plea bargain irrelevant. In most cases, your best strategy is to try to beat the new DUI charge, if possible.

Criminal defense attorney Craig Rosenstein has had substantial success in challenging the evidence in DUI cases to get charges dismissed, or reducing charges from a felony DUI to a misdemeanor DUI. He and his team also present a formidable case at trial and have obtained numerous not-guilty verdicts.

Free Consultation With DUI Defense Attorney

There is too much on the line to let an inexperienced lawyer handle your case. Contact Rosenstein Law Group today to discuss your case in-depth in a free initial consultation. Call us day or night at 480-248-7666. We represent clients throughout Arizona from offices in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe and Gilbert.

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