Navajo County Aggravated DUI Attorney
Aggravated DUI Charges in Navajo County
When you come to our firm for help with an aggravated DUI charge, your case will be represented by the founder and managing partner of Williams Law Group. Mr. Williams has extensive experience, with a track record that includes both prosecution and defense for thousands of misdemeanor and felony charges, and have defended clients in high-profile cases which were covered in state wide and even national news. Being arrested for DUI is serious under any circumstances, but if you face prosecution for an Aggravated DUI, the consequences of a conviction could be life-changing. Most of our clients come to us feeling overwhelmed and discouraged, but when you visit our office for a confidential consultation, we will review your options for defense and outline a strategy for achieving an acceptable or even favorable outcome to the situation.
Under Title 28-1383 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, an aggravated driving under the influence offense occurs when the driver:
- Is guilty of drinking and driving while the driver's license is cancelled, suspended, revoked or refused
- Commits a 3rd or subsequent DUI violation within 7 years
- Has a passenger under the age of 15 in the vehicle while driving under the influence
Charged with Aggravated DUI in Navajo County?
Aggravated DUI is a felony in Navajo County and throughout Arizona, and can be punishable by serving time in prison. You may lose your vehicle to forfeiture, and you will be subject to a driver's license revocation, after which you will be required to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. There are many ways to fight an Aggravated DUI charge, and you should consult with a Navajo County criminal defense attorney from our firm before speaking about the situation with investigators or accepting a plea bargain.
Contact a Navajo County aggravated DUI lawyer
from our firm today for an in-depth consultation and to learn more about how we can help you.