In Arizona, drunk driving is a serious crime with serious consequences. A DUI arrest resulting in a conviction may change your life forever. Your decisions following the DUI arrest are crucial; you should do everything possible to avoid letting that DUI arrest turn into a DUI conviction. Contact us today, and we’ll fight to protect your rights and your future.
Jail: Even a first-time offender can potentially spend 45 days or more in jail. With multiple DUI convictions, the penalties only increase exponentially.
Ignition interlock devices: If you’re convicted for drunk driving, you will be required to install an ignition interlock device in your car. Every time you want to start your vehicle, you’ll have to blow.
Insurance rates: In addition to the increases in your regular insurance rates, with a DUI conviction you may be required to obtain SR-22 insurance for high-risk drivers.
License suspension: The Arizona Motor Vehicle Division provides for a mandatory 90-day license suspension. A skilled attorney may be able to reduce this suspension through strategic negotiation. Contact us today to minimize the time you will spend unable to drive.
Fees and fines: DUI convictions are expensive. In addition to thousands of dollars in fees and fines, you’re required to pay for the time you spend in jail. You will also see a long-term jump in your insurance rates. Hiring an attorney today is a cost-effective way to minimize the DWI fines you’ll have to pay.
After your DUI arrest, it is imperative that you retain counsel immediately to avoid the most severe consequences. A skilled attorney familiar with the appropriate procedural maneuvers can protect your rights and minimize the consequences you’ll face if convicted, saving you thousands of dollars.
Contact a Scottsdale DUI Defense Lawyer Today
At the Rosenstein Law Group, our attorneys provide detail-oriented, individualized representation for your DUI defense. We will aggressively assert your rights and strategically protect your interests. Call us today at (480) 248-7666 or complete our intake form to discuss your case.