According to Arizona’s DUI law, even if you were merely “impaired to the slightest degree,” you may be held to be guilty of driving under the influence of a controlled substance. Drugs other than alcohol may be cited as the offending controlled substance in your DUI charges. Prescription drugs in your blood may make you as culpable as illegal narcotics.
Rosenstein Law Group is in the practice of law to defend Arizona drivers who have been charged with drunk driving or drug-related DUI.
Call 480-248-7666 to schedule a free initial consultation and preliminary case analysis. We handle DUI defense for clients throughout Arizona, including Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa and Phoenix.
Were you charged with driving while impaired (DUI/DWI) because of alleged use of marijuana, controlled substances such cocaine or Ecstasy, or prescription narcotics (illegally or legally obtained)? According to Arizona DUI laws, any amount of drugs in your bloodstream may serve as grounds for conviction even if your consumption of them was long in the past.
Attorney Craig Rosenstein applies aggressive defense strategies in drug DUI defense. If he takes your case to trial, he may challenge the evidence used by the prosecutor, or evaluate whether your legal rights were violated in the process of the arrest. Were the field sobriety tests or chemical tests administered according to law? Are there pertinent facts such as aspects of your physical condition or limitations that should be taken into account? We may bring in expert witnesses such as private criminologists to challenge the validity of evidence gathered unreliably.
When alleged drug consumption is part of your DUI charges, contact the Rosenstein Law Group. Our clients’ cases all begin with a free case evaluation by calling 480-248-7666 or emailing us. Talk over the facts of your DUI case and explore aggressive defense strategies likely to bring about the best results.
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