Tobin Law Office Keeps Clients Protected and Informed After a DUI Arrest.
In visiting our website, we hope that we can help educate you about the specific DUI charges on your citation. We strive to offer clear and concise information about each type of DUI, while addressing common questions and concerns.
On this page, you’ll find information on each type of DUI charge in Arizona. We encourage you to click and learn more on charges that apply to you. You can also call us. We provide free, friendly, and confidential DUI consultations. We can instruct you on the time sensitive steps you must take to minimize the impact of a DUI arrest on your license, insurance, and finances. For instance, you may have as little as 15 days to request a hearing to avoid losing your license. You also may want to set up an alcohol screening to be eligible for a restricted license.
We understand that trying to find the right DUI lawyer can be stressful. There are concerns of accessibility, experience, and trustworthiness. And with budgetary concerns, you’ll like be looking for someone who’s fair and transparent in pricing. At Tobin Law Office, we’re dedicated to providing an excellent DUI defense without overcharging. We offer simple and affordable flat rates with payment plans. There’s no hidden fees or surprise costs.
Common DUI Charges We Defend Against
- ARS 28-1381(A)(1) – Slightest Degree DUI: There’s no BAC threshold to be charged with an alcohol DUI in Arizona. We’re a zero tolerance state. This is the first charge on your citation.
- ARS 28-1381(A)(2) – .08 DUI: This allegation states that your BAC was .08, or higher, which creates a legal presumption of impaired driving.
- ARS 28-1382(A)(1) – Extreme DUI: Having a BAC of 0.15, or more, qualifies you for an “Extreme DUI” that carries enhanced penalties.
- ARS 28-1382(A)(2) – Super extreme DUI: When your breath or blood registers a BAC of 0.20, or more, you’ll be charged with a “Super Extreme” DUI; it has the harshest misdemeanor penalties.
- ARS 1381(A)(3) – Prescription Drug DUI: Prescription drugs can impair your judgment and ability to drive safely. Having a perscription is a defense that can be raised.
- ARS 1381(A)(3) – Marijuana DUI: In Arizona, it’s illegal to drive with active marijuana in your system; however, there are defenses that can be raised–including medical marijuana.
No matter what substance was involved in your DUI or the alleged level of intoxication, the Scottsdale DUI lawyers at Tobin Law Office are committed to fighting aggressively on your behalf to protect your freedom, finances, and future. We will examine every aspect of your case to identify the extenuating circumstances or questionable factors to seek dismissals, reductions, and concessions from the State. Call us today.