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Multiple DUI Charges in Phoenix

Are you facing DUI charges and have a prior DUI conviction?

If you have been charged with a DUI and have already been convicted of DUI offense in the past, you could be facing very serious consequences. The state of Arizona has extremely strict laws for drunk driving and a second, third or fourth conviction could change your life forever. Call a Phoenix DUI lawyer to get the aggressive legal representation you need during this crucial time. DUI defense lawyer Joshua S. Davidson from the Law Offices of Joshua S. Davison PLC has the insight and experience you want on your side. There are many facts that must be considered and reviewed when defending an individual who has been charged with drunk driving with a prior conviction on record. As a former prosecutor, he has completed nearly 100 jury trials, with a majority involving felony charges, and can offer the skilled and aggressive defense necessary to fight back.

DUI Attorney in Phoenix for Second, Third or Fourth DUI Charges

Getting charged with a second, third or fourth DUI carry far heavier penalties. If you are facing such a charge, you may be sentenced to a minimum of 30 days in jail and you could possibly face up to as much as 180 days in jail, though that sentence could be reduced for offenders who successfully complete court-ordered treatment. A second DUI conviction also carries a minimum 30 hours of community service, plus revocation of your driver's license for a year (after 45 days, drivers who comply with certain requirements may be able to receive a restricted license), and the installation of an ignition interlock device, as well as fines and fees totaling over $3,000.

The penalties for third and subsequent offenses rise even higher with minimum jail time going up to 4 months with the possibility of a much longer jail term, fines and fees rising up to at least $4,000, driver's license revocation and ignition interlock installation for far longer, as well as the real possibility of vehicle forfeiture. When you are faced with such drastic consequences, it is vital that you have a lawyer with the experience it takes to defend you against these charges. Call today and speak with an attorney who has served as a prosecutor for serious felony crimes and knows the criminal justice system from both sides of the aisle.

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