Scottsdale DUI Attorney
Call a Criminal Defense Lawyer: (602) 832-7404
On Arizona roads and highways, people driving under the influence of substances
such as alcohol and drugs cause countless accidents every year. This has
resulted in increasingly harsher penalties and sentencing for drivers
who are charged with DUI. If you have been arrested on the suspicion of
DUI, it is important to remember that you have the right to a proper defense.
Work with a Scottsdale DUI defense attorney at the
Law Offices of Stephen L. Duncan, P.L.C. to benefit from our over 20 years of legal experience.
As a former prosecutor, Attorney Duncan has an insider's view into how the state tries DUI
offenses. Our detail-oriented team will comb every aspect of your case
to look for unlawful or inaccurate conduct on the part of law enforcement
to help you build a solid defense strategy. From negotiating a reduced
sentence to taking your case to court, we will not stop until we reach
the best resolution possible. Our goal is to keep you out of jail and
minimize your penalties.
What are the penalties for DUI in Arizona?
Under the law, if you have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of at least
0.08, you can be charged with DUI. Drivers of commercial vehicles can
face a DUI charge for a BAC of more than 0.04. Additionally, drivers under
the age of 21 may be charged with underage DUI if there is any alcohol
in their system at the time of their stop. Anyone with a BAC of 0.15 or
greater will be charged with extreme DUI.
In Arizona, penalties for DUI offenses are as follows:
First DUI offense: Up to 10 days in jail, minimum $1,250 fine. Treatment program participation
and required ignition interlock device.
Second DUI charge: Up to 90 days jail, minimum $3,000 fine. 12-month license revocation.
Mandatory treatment program. Interlock device.
Extreme DUI first offense (BAC 0.15 or higher)
: Minimum 30 days in jail at least $2,500 fine. Mandatory treatment program.
Installing interlock device in a vehicle.
Extreme DUI second offense (BAC 0.15 or higher)
: Minimum 120 days in jail, minimum fine of $3,250. Revocation of license
for 12 months. Ignition interlock device installed.
Begin with a Free Case Evaluation: Call (602) 832-7404
contact us today to request your complimentary consult. Find out information about how
criminal defense attorney can help you, and what strategies we have in store for you.
We are happy to provide potential clients with a
free case evaluation so they can learn their options before proceeding with our services.