Arizona DUI FAQs

DUI, or "driving under the influence," means operating or being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of either alcohol or drugs. Arizona has some of the strictest DUI laws in the country, with severe penalties for those convicted of drunk driving and driving under the influence of drugs. When convicted of DUI, these legal consequences include fines, license suspension or revocation, and potential jail time.
DUI defense refers to the legal representation and strategies employed to defend individuals charged with a DUI (driving under the influence) of alcohol or drugs. The objective of DUI defense is to protect the rights of the accused, challenge the evidence presented by the prosecution, and secure the most favorable outcome for the defendant.

602 DUI Team specializes in DUI defense cases in Arizona. They can assist individuals facing DUI penalties by providing expert legal advice, building a strong defense strategy tailored to the case's circumstances, and representing clients in court. Our DUI defense attorneys deeply understand Arizona DUI laws and can help navigate the legal process to mitigate penalties associated with a DUI charge.

Yes, we provide a free consultation for individuals seeking assistance in DUI defense. This initial consultation allows you to discuss the details of your case with our experienced attorneys, receive an evaluation of your situation, and explore possible defense strategies.
To schedule a free consultation with 602 DUI Team, you can contact us at 602-384-8326. You can also fill out the form below, and the team will help you arrange a convenient consultation time.
Yes, we understand the financial implications of DUI defense cases and offer payment plans to make their services more accessible. The 602 DUI Team can work with you to determine a payment arrangement that suits your budget and helps you receive legal representation.
"Actual physical control of a motor vehicle" means being able to drive, even if the vehicle is not in motion. If you are found impaired in the driver's seat with the ability to start the car, you may be charged with DUI. It's best to consult a DUI attorney for a more detailed explanation.
BAC stands for Blood Alcohol Concentration. It is a measure of the amount of alcohol present in a person's bloodstream, expressed as a percentage. In a DUI case, BAC is crucial because it indicates the level of alcohol impairment a driver may be experiencing.

The legal limit for alcohol intake in Arizona is 0.08 percent, and exceeding this limit can lead to DUI charges. BAC is typically determined through breathalyzer, blood, or urine tests and serves as significant evidence in DUI cases to establish the level of intoxication and potential impairment of the accused driver.
The BAC test (Blood Alcohol Concentration) measures the alcohol content in a person's bloodstream and indicates alcohol impairment. It is obtained through breath, urine, or blood tests. On the other hand, the field sobriety test is a set of physical and cognitive assessments conducted by law enforcement officers to evaluate a driver's impairment level. Both of these tests help gather evidence of potential intoxication.
To regain your driving privileges after a DUI conviction, you generally need to follow these steps:

1. Fulfill Legal Requirements: Meet obligations like serving the DMV-imposed suspension, attending DUI education programs, DUI probation, or doing community service during the suspension.

2. Pay Reinstatement Fees: Submit DMV reinstatement fees, varying depending on your location.

3. Install an IID (Ignition Interlock Device): Sometimes, you may need an IID installed in your vehicle. This breathalyzer-like device requires the driver to pass a breath test before starting the car.

4. Obtain SR-22 Insurance: Get SR-22 insurance, proving required liability coverage, typically mandatory for high-risk drivers.

5. Attend a License Hearing (If Applicable): Attend a hearing to demonstrate meeting requirements and fitness for license restoration.

6. Apply for License Restoration: After completing all steps, apply to get your license reinstated with the DMV.

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