At what point do I include a DUI lawyer?

February 8, 2013

– Tucson, AZ

Avvo Question: Last night I was arrested in my own driveway and charged with a DUI (no BAC reading yet due to the fact that the machine was not reading and they drew blood). I can’t really guess as to what my bac was but I was definitely not in the extreme arena (I had 3 beers, and was extremely cooperative and coherent with the officers) I was unaware that my license was recently suspended until I attended a TSS class for a previous moving violation. My car was impounded and I was told I would be unable to reclaim for 30 days. My question A) Do I even have a fighting chance of reclaiming my vehicle and getting through this situation without a lawyer? B) I’m on very limited income as a single mother, are there options for payment plans with DUI lawyers? will my case be treated with less regard if so?Avvo Answer:   Any time you are charged with a DUI or DWI in Arizona I would highly recommend hiring an attorney.  Most attorneys offer free consultations, and some even do it over the phone. (My office offers FREE phone Consultations).  My office offers FREE DUI and Criminal Defense Consultations. (Either in office or via the telephone).   The consults are completely confidential and are no obligation consults.  (Meaning, just because you have a consult with me, you are in no way obligated to hire me.)  Regarding payment plans, most lawyers,  like myself, offer payment plans. While I can only speak for law firm, clients who are on payment plans are treated the same as clients who are not on payment plans.  Honestly, in today’s economy, most people hiring attorneys need a payment plan.  With some of the the most affordable legal rates in Tucson and throughout Arizona, please give us a call and set up your FREE Consultation.  Get your questions answered.

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1731 W. Baseline Road, Suite 100
Mesa, AZ 85202
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