You have 15 days in which to request a hearing at which to plead for waiver of license suspension. Our firm will help you to do so, but you must act quickly.
There is a procedure in Arizona by which you may apply for a hearing for early release of your vehicle.
Challenging the initial stop for arrest, the evidence, the field sobriety tests and chemical tests are among the numerous defenses to DUI charges. In a felony DUI cases, our team will challenge the admission of prior convictions, and license suspensions.
Penalties for DUI conviction are severe, and include jail time, probation, license suspension, ignition interlock, alcohol and drug counseling, and impoundment of your vehicle. In the case of multiple DUI or DUI with injury or death, penalties can include prison.
In Arizona, you will lose your driving privileges if you do not take a blood, breath or urine test when requested by a police officer even if you win your DUI case. In most circumstances, it is advisable to consent …