Where were you arrested? A DUI is a state offense, but each jurisdiction handles them slightly differently.
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Consequences of a DUI – Avondale City Court
If you were arrested and charged for driving under the influence in the Avondale City Court, you must consider the possible consequences of a conviction. You may think that hiring a lawyer is something you can’t afford, but what you can’t afford is not giving yourself the best opportunity to protect your driving privileges, freedom, and future.
What Are the Penalties
A conviction for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) from the Avondale City Court can result in substantial jail time, fines and fees, alcohol treatment, driver’s license suspension, ignition interlock, and increased insurance rates.
In the long-term, a DUI conviction from the Avondale City Court means that you will have a criminal record for the rest of your life. Unlike many other states, Arizona does not have expungement, and so some negative results may linger for a long time. Your insurance rates will likely continue to be higher. Any employer or potential landlord doing a background check will know about your DUI conviction. Depending on your employment, you may lose necessary clearances or permits.
Talk to An Avondale DUI Lawyer About Consequences
The best way to fight your Avondale City Court DUI charge and to prevent or minimize the consequences it to find an experienced and knowledgeable Avondale DUI lawyer. The Rosenstein Law Group will help you get the best outcome possible in your case. The sooner you contact the firm for your free consultation, the greater the Rosenstein Law Group‘s ability to help you. Call the Rosenstein Law Group at 480-248-7666 or contact us today for a free consultation for your Avondale City Court DUI.
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