Out-of-State Client Representation for Arizona DUIs
Arizona is a wonderful state to visit. Phoenix, in particular, provides an array of activities for those from all corners of the country and the globe. While visiting our great state, it is important to know that the laws that apply to drunk driving in your state might be drastically different than the DUI laws in Arizona. If you have been arrested for a DUI in Arizona, give us a call.
Getting a DUI in Arizona, even if you are from out of state, is a serious situation that deserves an effective lawyer. Since Arizona draws many tourists, vacationers, and business executives, our office seeks to provide visitors charged with DUI the same individual service and aggressive defense as we offer residents of Arizona. To discuss your case with our legal team, contact our DUI attorneys for a consultation.
Just because you may not be from Arizona, does not mean you are not going to be held accountable according to Arizona law. The consequences can be dire and you need the right attorney.
For example, the minimum sentence for a first offense DUI conviction (impairment or a BAC between 0.08% and 0.149%) is a mandatory sentence between 1-10 days in jail and significant fines. In addition, a DUI conviction can also mandate the implementation of an ignition interlock device. The maximum sentence can be 180 days in jail.
An extreme DUI conviction (BAC between 0.150% and 0.199%) can subject a person to a minimum of 30 days in jail, significant fines, and the installation of an ignition interlock device and a maximum of 180 days in jail, thousands of dollars in fines, and an ignition interlock device.
Will this affect my license at home?
You may be from another state, but your right to drive in your home state and Arizona may be in jeopardy or affected in some way in accordance with state laws. If you are convicted of a DUI in Arizona, there is a good chance that you will be subject to a license suspension, points on your license and higher insurance premiums.
What can Weintraub & Weintraub do for me?
We give special attention to our out-of-state clients by helping them with travel arrangements and by attempting to excuse them from proceedings where their presence is not necessary. When we take your case, we will explore all defenses to free you from these charges. This can include everything from investigating the legitimacy of the traffic stop, probable cause to arrest and any violation to your constitutional rights. All procedures must be followed according to the law and our firm can investigate if your rights were violated in any way.
Contact our Phoenix DUI Attorneys
If you are not a resident of Arizona, look no further than Weintraub & Weintraub to help protect your rights and fight for your future. No one expects to face legal trouble, but when they do, they call us for effective legal services and compassionate guidance along the way. Contact our DUI law firm to discuss your situation with an experienced defense team.