A conviction for driving with any alcohol in your system as a minor, whether from the Avondale City Court or elsewhere in Arizona, may lead to serious consequences including:
A loss of your driver’s license for two years
A conviction on your record that will stay with you forever
Difficulties with college admission, student loans qualification, background checks, or the ability to hold certain licenses
What is a Minor DUI in Avondale City Court
Arizona Revised Statutes § 4-244(34) prohibits a person under the age of 21 from driving with any detectable blood alcohol content. Even if your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was lower than the legal limit for a regular DUI, 0.08, you may still be charged with a minor DUI.
What Can Happen to Me if I’m Convicted of Minor DUI in Avondale City Court
A minor DUI is not a minor traffic infraction, but a serious legal problem. If you are convicted you may face jail time, a conviction on your record, and loss of your driver’s license. You may be required to undergo counseling and treatment and be placed on probation. The Rosenstein Law Group has experience in representing people charged with a Minor DUI in the Avondale City Court and can help you pursue the right strategy in your case to reduce the charges, get the case dismissed, or obtain an acquittal at trial. Contact us as quickly as possible for a free consultation and to give us the best chance to help you. Set up your free consultation for your minor DUI out of the Avondale City Court by calling 480-248-7666 or contacting us online.