You need an aggressive Arizona “extreme DUI” lawyer if police claim that your blood alcohol content was .15 or higher. Your freedom may be at serious risk. You may face tough penalties including the following, along with a damaging criminal record:
Besides the embarrassment and remorse you may feel after an extreme DUI arrest, you also face real difficulties in the future.
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After a Gilbert arrest for extreme DUI, your defense attorney will most likely want to challenge the blood alcohol content (BAC) results, aiming for dismissal or reduction of charges. A lawyer with experience handling extreme DUI cases may take your case to trial to ask a judge or jury to consider critical factors such as:
Is there proof that the sample has not been tampered with?
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Rosenstein Law Group has a reputation for achieving acquittals and dismissals even in the most challenging DUI cases, including extreme DUI cases. Our clients seek our assistance after being arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, or anywhere in Maricopa, Pinal or Pima counties. We serve out-of-state drivers as well as Arizona drivers.
A BAC of .15 to .199 leads to the designation of extreme DUI, according to Arizona statutes. This is roughly twice the legal limit of .08 BAC. A second extreme DUI offense within seven years will result in 120 to 180 days in jail, revocation of your driver’s license for one year (with no option of a work permit), an interlock ignition device and lots of alcohol classes.
(Read about super extreme DUI, with a BAC of .20 or greater.)
A prompt investigation may be the key to a favorable outcome in your extreme DUI case after a drunk driving arrest in Gilbert. If Rosenstein Law Group represents you, rest assured that our goal is to beat the extreme DUI charges. Call 480-248-7666 or e-mail the Scottsdale-based Rosenstein Law Group to schedule a free consultation.