'Tis the season for celebrations in Arizona and across the nation. People everywhere will be enjoying a cocktail at their employer's holiday parties, sipping eggnog with their families, and popping the cork off a bottle of champagne at New Year's. However, this also means that police in Arizona will be on high alert for those they think are driving under the influence.
Sometimes, even innocent people are caught in the net of police attempting to apprehend drunk drivers. This can be a very confusing and frightening situation. People may be afraid that they will lose their driver's license, that they will incur fines or that they might even be sent to jail. As hard as it might be, what they should remember is that the Constitution affords them the right to remain silent, and they should do so. While they may decide to allow police to perform a breath test or blood test, they need not say anything without an attorney.
At our firm, we have the experience to recognize when our client's constitutional rights are being violated. For example, a traffic stop could be unlawful, a sobriety test could be improperly performed or a person might be subjected to an illegal search and seizure. In situations like these, we will fight for our client's rights.
Whether they are facing drunk driving charges or other criminal charges, we will work as hard as possible to protect our clients and pursue a favorable outcome. Sometimes, when one runs into trouble with the law, the first step they take is to consult with an attorney To learn more about DUI charges in Arizona, feel free to visit our website.