DUI

Kingman DUI Lawyer

Being charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Arizona is a very serious matter. Even first time offenders can face fines in the thousands of dollars, license suspension, and jail time. A DUI charge can be brought against a person when they are caught operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) percentage of .08% or higher, or if they are impaired to any degree due to being under the influence of drugs (prescription or illegal).

It is important to note that as the blood alcohol content of the person pulled over increases, so do the penalties for a conviction. For instance, being caught with a BAC of .20% or higher counts as a “Super Extreme” DUI, and can be punishable by a mandatory 6-month jail sentence, as well as substantial fines, license revocation, and years of probation. If you have been charged with a DUI, it is crucial you contact an effective lawyer immediately, as you are facing charges with potentially very serious consequences.

The Impact of a DUI Conviction

The aftermath of a DUI conviction can affect you long after you have served the punishment for the crime. It could remain on your criminal record indefinitely, and that can cause difficulties for you in trying to acquire a job in the future, or purchase a car or home for your family. There is always the possibility that your rights were violated when being stopped on suspicion of DUI, that evidence was collected against you unlawfully, or that mistakes were made in the processing of that evidence.

An experienced attorney will be able to investigate the charges against you for such inconsistencies, and employ them to your benefit if found. Our firm is dedicated and fights tirelessly when it comes to defending your rights in the DUI process, and we do our utmost to see that those clients get a fair and just trial. We handle criminal cases in all of Arizona, both state and federal, and we can provide skilled representation to you in your DUI case.

Contact our firm today, and we will discuss how to defend your case in court to increase the likelihood of an outcome that is beneficial to you.

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