If you are charged with DUI in the Phoenix area, your future may be at risk. Get a Phoenix DUI defense lawyer who knows what they're doing and can fight for your rights. The Rosenstein Law Group is based in Phoenix, but they have clients all over Arizona. Drunk Driver Attorney in Phoenix
offer full DUI defense services.
The American Bar Association (ABA) says that the National College for DUI Defense is the only U.S. school that offers Board Certification in DUI defense. Craig Rosenstein, who started our firm, is one of only a few lawyers in the state to be Board Certified as an expert in DUI defense. You can trust that your case is being handled by one of the best law firms in the country.
What "standard" or "regular" drunk driving means.
In Arizona, police can use either ARS 28-1381(A)(1) or (A) of the state's laws to charge someone with a typical DUI (2). If the police stop you within two hours and your blood alcohol level is between 0.08% and 0.149%, you can be charged with a standard DUI (1).
Also, you can be charged with a DUI if you are even slightly impaired by drugs or alcohol while driving or being in physical control of your vehicle. This is true no matter how much alcohol is in your blood (BAC).
After being arrested, you might wonder if you should say you're guilty or not. Don't plead guilty until you've talked to an experienced Phoenix DUI lawyer. Even if you were over the limit, you might not get caught if you use one of the many possible defenses. If you were pulled over for DUI in Phoenix, you should talk to a criminal defense lawyer before talking to the police.
Handle a wide range of DUI cases for our clients, such as:
License Suspension Hearings for Drunk Driving (Drugs), Super Drunk Driving (Underage), and Extreme Drunk Driving
First time getting a DUI Commercial Driver with a DUI Boating with a high BAC DUI \Felony Getting a DUI in Arizona
Depending on how bad the alleged behavior was, DUI charges in Arizona can range from a misdemeanour to a felony. To be clear, almost all DUI arrests lead to misdemeanor charges, and only a small number of people are charged with a felony or aggravated DUI. If you are arrested for DUI, and any of the following apply to you, you could be charged with a crime:
The defendant has been caught driving while drunk before.
After a judge in Arizona told the defendant to put in an ignition interlock device, he was arrested for driving while drunk.
At the time they were caught, the defendants were driving with a passenger who was younger than 15 years old.
When the defendant was arrested for DUI, his license had already been taken away.