Defending Prescott Clients Accused Of Causing An Accident Due To Impaired Driving

If you are driving while impaired and cause an accident that results in the injury of another person, you will face a felony aggravated DUI charge under Arizona law. A conviction in these cases can result in lengthy prison time, fines of up to $150,000 and probation, among others. These are extremely complex cases that require the attention of a qualified criminal defense lawyer.

At Rosenstein Law Group, we represent clients in the Prescott area and throughout Arizona in a variety of DUI accident cases. If you were involved in a DUI accident, do not wait to get our dedicated defense attorneys working on your case. The sooner we get involved, the better chance we can give you of obtaining a favorable outcome. Do not underestimate the severity of the situation. Now is the time to begin building a strong defense.

You Need Lawyers With Experience

Don’t write your case off as hopeless just yet. There can be many ways to challenge details of your case and improve the outcome. If there is something that can be challenged, we will find it. Our team has 40 years of collective experience in the field of DUI law that we can put to work for you. Protect yourself, your family and your financial future by securing our lawyers today.

Our credentials include:

  • National College for DUI Defense
  • Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice
  • Board-certified in DUI defense by the National College for DUI Defense
  • National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) affiliation

Get a Free Case Evaluation

If you have been involved in a DUI accident, you can put this event in your past. Make sure you have the right legal team. Call our Prescott DUI attorneys at Rosenstein Law Group today at 480-248-7666 or contact us via email. Headquartered in Scottsdale, we represent clients throughout Arizona.


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