Arizona Defense for Drug DUI Charges
People who are convicted of driving under the influence of drugs in the state of Arizona face significant penalties, including up to a year of license suspension. Unlike DUI charges involving alcohol, where there must be evidence of impairment or proof of intoxication, any amount of an illegal drug in your system while driving may result in a drug DUI charge.
At The Baker Law Firm, in Phoenix, we understand that people who are facing drug DUI charges need a criminal defense attorney who is dedicated to protecting their rights. Our lawyers use their experience to find effective legal solutions for clients accused of serious crimes in Arizona. Whether those solutions involve vigorous defense in the courtroom, or drug treatment and rehabilitation, our firm puts clients first.
Contact The Baker Law Firm to talk with a lawyer and learn more about your rights. Call us at 602-842-0359 to schedule an initial consultation with our firm after an arrest for driving under the influence of drugs
Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
As with any DUI stop, there are many aspects to look at concerning the initial stop, the gathering of evidence and the drug DUI arrest. Did the officer have a reasonable suspicion to stop your car? Were field sobriety tests administered properly? Were you given a blood or a breath test and was the test administered properly?
Our firm will also help you understand the situation that you are facing, including any potential penalties. While a first time drug DUI does not involve a lengthy jail sentence, a conviction for driving under the influence of drugs may carry hefty fines and a license suspension of up to one year. You need to know when it is in your best interest to fight your charges or when it might be a better idea to work with the prosecutors to improve the outlook of your case.
Contact Our Firm for More Information
Talk with an experienced lawyer about your drug DUI charges in Phoenix, Arizona. Contact The Baker Law Firm and schedule an appointment for an initial consultation. Call our office at 602-842-0359 and learn more about your rights and your options.