Multiple DUI Offenses
Second, Third or Fourth DUI
When a person has one or more prior DUI convictions on his or her criminal record, this will add further penalties to any current DUI charges which he or she is facing. Not only do prior convictions show a propensity to commit DUI, but the driver will also face increased penalties if convicted. In fact, a third DUI conviction within seven years may be charged as a
felony in Arizona, resulting in a minimum of four months in prison with no possibility of probation, parole or any suspension of that minimum sentence. A driver facing multiple DUI charges may also be at greater risk for having his or her vehicle impounded or of having an ignition interlock device placed in his or her vehicle, which would prevent the vehicle from being started unless a "clean" breath sample is administered by the driver.
Although you may have been previously convicted of DUI, the skilled legal team at Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C. has what it takes to address your current charges and provide you with the aggressive legal counsel you need. Phoenix DUI attorney Richard J. Suzuki has experience not just in criminal defense but also as a former state prosecutor and federal prosecutor. With his understanding of the other side of the criminal process, Mr. Suzuki can effectively evaluate your charges and determine how to best represent your interests - even if you are facing felony charges for multiple DUI offenses.
Suzuki Law Offices represents clients throughout Arizona who are facing multiple DUI offenses. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your particular case, to answer your questions and to address your concerns.