Driving while impaired by alcohol is against the law, and those charged with DUI face significant penalties upon conviction. At the Younglove Law Firm, we are here to help if you need a Phoenix DUI defense attorney.
We understand the laws surrounding these cases, and we also know what it takes to stand up to law enforcement officials and prosecutors in these situations.
Our attorneys will investigate every aspect of your case so we can work to get the charges against you reduced or even dismissed.
Because DUI convictions can affect every aspect of your life, you need an attorney you can trust both personally and professionally. Turn to the Younglove Law Firm for help today.
A criminal defense attorney will provide invaluable experience when you are facing DUI charges. When you use an attorney to help with your case, you are getting assistance from somebody who will:
In Arizona, a person can face a DUI charge if their blood alcohol content level is .08% or higher. The legal BAC level for those operating a commercial vehicle while using their commercial driver’s license is .04%.
Even first-time DUI offenders can face serious penalties upon conviction. This includes the following:
Second and subsequent offenses for DUI will result in much harsher penalties, including increased time in jail, more significant fines, and longer driver’s license suspension periods.
Additionally, the state of Arizona will charge somebody with “Extreme DUI” if their blood alcohol level is .15% or higher or “Super Extreme DUI” if their blood alcohol content is .20% or higher. Both of these charges could result in significantly increased penalties upon conviction.
If you or somebody you love is facing DUI charges in or around the Phoenix area, seek legal assistance as soon as possible. DUI cases are taken very seriously by prosecutors and law enforcement officials in this area, which means you need to take the charges seriously as well. At the Younglove Law Firm, our team will investigate every aspect of your case and work to ensure your rights are upheld in court. When you need a Phoenix DUI defense attorney, you can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.