Glendale DUI Attorneys
A Maasen Law Firm DUI Attorney will approach your case aggressively, and tailor the defense to your unique situation. Some people believe that they can successfully fight a DUI or DWI charge alone, but that’s never a good idea for untrained litigators. The law can be complex in these matters, and only a DUI Attorney will know exactly what to do right from the beginning of your case. A DUI charge on your Arizona driving record can affect your life for many years in the future, so you do not want to risk losing by handling your case without the guidance of a qualified DUI attorney.
You will meet with a DUI attorney personally during your free initial consultation. Your attorney will outline any fees or possible charges for services at that time before any services are provided. In certain cases, your DUI attorney may be able to work out a payment plan to handle your case. Contact us today and schedule your free DUI consultation in Glendale.
You will receive personal support in and out of the court room from your Maasen Law Firm DUI Attorney. Our goal is to get you back to your normal life as quickly as possible! Call us today to schedule a free initial consultation with a Glendale DUI attorney. Contact the Maasen Law Firm DUI attorneys directly at (480) 778-1500 or fill out the online form.
Keep your License with a Glendale DUI Attorney
If you’re looking for a DUI Attorney in the Glendale area who will work hard to protect your rights and keep your driver’s license, the right choice is Maasen Law Firm. We know how to ensure that you get the best possible ruling for your case. Our DUI attorneys have represented clients accused of DUI crimes throughout the state of Arizona including Phoenix, Glendale, Arrowhead, Glendale, Scottsdale and Bullhead City. Contact us at (480) 778-1500, or fill out the form above for a free and confidential consultation with a DUI attorney.
Types of Arizona DUI & DWI Offenses
In Arizona, there are strict laws against DUIs that may result in jail time, forfeiture of your driver’s license, fees, increased insurance expenses, community service time, suspension from school and possibly ignition interlock devices (IIDs). DUI misdemeanors / felony charges fall under one of these categories:
- Administrative License Suspensions
- Extreme DUI
- Aggravated DUI
- Underage DUI
First offenses and underage DUI charges usually result in less severe misdemeanor charges and administrative license suspensions. More severe felony charges involve an intoxicated driver:
● who has a two prior DUI convictions in any state in the past seven years
● that is driving without a court ordered ignition interlock device in vehicle
● that is driving with suspended, revoked or restricted license
● with a passenger younger than 15 years old