The state of Arizona has some of the toughest driving under the influence (DUI) laws in the United States. The penalties for a DUI conviction in the state can include license suspensions, mandatory jail time, ignition interlock devices, as well as a range of other long-lasting consequences.
At Stone Rose Law, our Arizona DUI defense attorneys have extensive experience helping clients take the steps necessary to minimize the disruption that a DUI arrest can cause in their life. We will fully investigate the charges against you, take steps to get them reduced or dismissed and help minimize any potential penalties.
DUI cases are not taken lightly, and any person facing a DUI-related charge in Arizona needs to seek legal assistance from a qualified and competent attorney. The job of your attorney is to investigate every ounce of evidence being used against you by prosecutors. An attorney can use their resources to:
At Stone Rose Law, attorneys have experience helping individuals who are facing all types of impaired driving offenses throughout Arizona. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
In Arizona, DUI charges typically begin if a person’s blood alcohol content level is .08 percent or higher. However, there are varying levels of penalties for those convicted with a higher level of alcohol in their system. Even those who are first-time DUI offenders can face severe penalties upon conviction. This includes:
If you or somebody you care about has been charged with DUI in Arizona, the time to act is now. The sooner you can get an attorney from Stone Rose Law working on your case, the better. Our team has vast experience handling every aspect of DUI cases throughout the state, and we know what it takes to properly defend you throughout this process.
Let us investigate the evidence being used against you and handle any negotiations that may be necessary for a lower charge or reduced sentence. When you need an Arizona DUI defense attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or calling 480-498-8998.