If you have been arrested or charged with a DUI or related crime in the town of Queen Creek, seek immediate legal assistance from an experienced Queen Creek DUI lawyer. A conviction may lead to jail time, probation, fines, and loss of driving privileges.
The town of Queen Creek does not operate its own municipal court system. Instead, most misdemeanor cases in Queen Creek are filed in the Gilbert Municipal Court, where the judges serve as magistrates for the town of Queen Creek. Since the incorporation of Queen Creek, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has provided law enforcement services to the town. However, expect to see an increase in police presence in Queen Creek as the town forms its own police department beginning in 2020.
It is important to have an experienced DUI attorney that can help you navigate the court system if you are arrested or facing charges arising out of the town of Queen Creek. The Rosenstein Law Group offers free consultations for Queen Creek DUI and criminal cases. Call us today at (480) 248-7666 or contact us online to schedule your free consultation today.
A DUI conviction in Queen Creek results in serious, lasting consequences. You cannot afford to go unrepresented and must find the right Queen Creek DUI defense lawyer to fight for you. Contact the Rosenstein Law Group at (480) 248-7666 or online to set up a free consultation to find out how we can help you with your Queen Creek DUI case.
A conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) out of the town of Queen Creek may lead to time in jail, probation, fines and fees, alcohol treatment classes, driver’s license suspension, an ignition interlock device, and higher insurance rates.
Additionally, a DUI conviction out of Queen Creek creates a permanent criminal conviction on your record. Until the enactment of DUI expungement laws in 2023, a conviction may lead to issues with employment or housing background checks, professional licenses, and fingerprint clearance cards.
Many people travel to Arizona to enjoy the weather, outdoor activities, and sporting events. However, a relaxing vacation can quickly turn into a nightmare if you are stopped and arrested for a DUI. Most people visiting from another state are shocked by the harsh penalties that come with a DUI arrest or conviction in Arizona. Trying to figure out how you will be able to navigate criminal charges while living in another state can be a daunting task. At the Rosenstein Law Group, our Queen Creek DUI attorneys work with many clients who live outside of Arizona. We are open 24/7, so no matter what your travel schedule looks like, we are available to schedule a free consultation. The Rosenstein Law Group can help you avoid complications that come with being charged with a DUI in Arizona as an out-of-state driver. In many cases, we can handle court appearances without you having to travel back to Arizona. Contact the Rosenstein Law Group at 480-248-7666 or online to schedule a free consultation.
A DUI conviction alone can carry severe penalties. When an accident occurs as a result of a DUI and a person is injured or killed, however, what could have been a class 1 misdemeanor can very easily turn into a felony charge. It is not uncommon to see felony charges of endangerment, aggravated assault, or even second-degree murder. A felony charge involving a vehicle accident is also often charged as a “dangerous” offense in Arizona. If convicted of a dangerous felony offense, a person will be sentenced to time in prison; probation is not available as a punishment for a dangerous felony conviction. The amount of potential prison time is dependent on many case specifics, such as the type of charge, the age of the victim, whether there is a “dangerous” allegation or whether the person has prior felony convictions.
If you are arrested or charged with a DUI and a car accident was involved, it is important to contact an experienced DUI attorney immediately. The assistance of an attorney early on in your case will help protect your rights and ensure that your case is being handled properly. Contact the Rosenstein Law Group at (480) 248-7666 or online to schedule a free consultation and preliminary case evaluation with a DUI lawyer in Queen Creek.