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A convicted DUI offender in Arizona faces some stiff penalties. Even a first-time DUI has some serious consequences. If there is any possibility that you could have your DUI charge dismissed or reduced, wouldn’t you? My AZ Lawyers offers a FREE no hassle, no obligation CASE EVALUATION for anyone charged for a DUI in Arizona. By discussing your case with an attorney at My AZ Lawyers, you can get answers to any questions you may have concerning your arrest, you can seek advice as to what you might do next, you can find out more about the DUI process, and you can get an honest evaluation about a defense to your specific situation / arrest.
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It is possible to beat a DUI in Arizona. The attorneys at My AZ Lawyers know the Arizona DUI law, therefore they can assess your case and build a defense for a reasonable, positive possible outcome. Even if you do not retain the My AZ Lawyer services, a knowledgable DUI attorney at the firm would be glad to visit with you either over the phone or in person at the office.
Our trusted attorneys have helped clients charged with DUI work through the process and prepare them for court. Let My AZ Lawyers help you, especially if you are feeling scared and unsure of what is going to happen if you don’t do anything. You do have much to lose if convicted of a DUI:
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- alcohol classes / assessments
- ignition interlock device
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