DUI in Avondale – Out-of-State Drivers

Whether you are visiting Arizona for the winter, here for an event, or just passing through, getting arrested for a DUI in a state that you do not reside brings with it many stressors. Regardless of why you were here, the attorneys at Rosenstein Law Group are prepared to alleviate the stress and fight on your behalf. Call the Rosenstein Law Group at 480-248-7666 or contact us online for a free consultation.

DUI Charges in Avondale for Out-of-State Drivers

Our goals in representing clients in an Avondale City Court DUI case who reside out of state are simple:

  • Obtain a dismissal due to uncorroborated evidence from the police
  • Reduce the charges from DUI to a traffic violation or reckless driving
  • Help you preserve your driving privileges
  • Avoid jail time
  • Obtain an acquittal at trial
  • Minimize any required in-person court appearances for you

If jail time cannot be avoided we can help you arrange to serve the jail time in your state of residence. We encourage you to contact the Rosenstein Law Group as early as possible in your case to help us maximize our chances of helping you to avoid jail time, to protect your driving privileges, and to keep your name and record clean.

DUI charges from Arizona in the Avondale City Court can impact your driving record, your insurance rates, and the status of your driving privileges in your home state. A conviction for a DUI in the Avondale City Court in Arizona will result in a Class 1 Misdemeanor being on your record.

Free Consultations for Avondale City Court DUI Out-of-State Drivers

The Rosenstein Law Group has helped many out-of-state drivers in the Avondale City Court, as well as in other courts throughout the state of Arizona. Contact us today at 480-248-7666 or online to find out what your options and possible defenses are in your Avondale City Court out-of-state driver DUI case.


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