DUI Defense

If you have been arrested and charged with a DUI it is vital that you get an experienced, knowledgeable attorney to fight for you! Donielle has handled many felony and misdemeanor DUI cases. She will help you understand the law and develop strategies to get the very best outcome in your case. You cannot afford to fight a DUI in Arizona without swift and effective legal help. Call or email Donielle for help today!

DUI Penalties

Arizona has VERY strict DUI laws and extremely harsh penalties associated with a DUI conviction. In fact, Arizona has some of the toughest DUI laws in the country. You need a DUI defense attorney who has experience with DUI cases and understands the unique issues that arise in DUI cases. Donielle is an aggressive DUI defense lawyer and will give you the very best DUI defense. A conviction for a DUI will be expensive, so you need a DUI defense attorney that will work to avoid the conviction in the first place. 

In addition to the financial burden, there is the potential of your license suspension, revocation, or cancellation of your driving privileges. Probation. Counseling, treatment and other court-ordered programming, which you will be expected to pay for. Mandatory jail or prison.

These penalties represent just some of the negative and life altering ramifications from a DUI conviction. Call Donielle to discuss strategies for the best DUI defense.

Challenging a DUI charge

Despite the strict DUI laws, there are ways to fight a DUI in Arizona:

  • Was the traffic stop illegal?
  • Was there sufficient probable cause to make an arrest?
  • Was there a violation of your rights?
  • Was there a valid search warrant for your blood?
  • Does the arresting officer have credibility or competency issues?

These are the types of questions you need an experienced, competent attorney to help you answer. Call Donielle for a free DUI evaluation.

DUI Do's and Don'ts

  1. DO ask to speak with a lawyer
  2. DO provide your license, registration and proof of insurance
  3. DO act courteously toward law enforcement officers
  4. DO request opportunity to obtain independent lab tests
  5. DON'T answer questions or agree to be audio or videotape
  6. DON'T take the eye test
  7. DON'T agree to perform roadside coordination tests
  8. DON'T make admissions or incriminating statements
  9. DON'T try to negotiate or talk your way out of the situation