The 4th of July is a day for celebration involving many festivities, including watching fireworks, family BBQ's, camping, boating, parades, baseball games and other patriotic activities. Given that July 4th falls on a Friday this year, it is also a 3-day weekend for many and we wish all a very safe and happy 4th of July weekend.
As with many other holiday weekends, AZ Law Enforcement will be out in full force around the state with DUI checkpoints and increased patrol in heavy traveled areas of the state. If you plan to enjoy alcoholic beverages this weekend, be sure to plan in advance for a designated driver, a cab ride, or alternate means of transportation to keep yourself and other drivers safe this weekend.
In the event you are cited for a DUI over the 4th of July weekend – whether alcohol or drug related, or you receive an
OUI while out boating on any of the many lakes surrounding the valley, or up north – the Firm is available to discuss the DUI/OUI court process,
DUI penalties and most importantly – your legal options.
The Firm represents individuals with any type of DUI charge – felony or misdemeanor, including 1st Time DUI,
Super Extreme DUI,
DUI involving Accident/Injury/Homicide,
DUI – Drugs,
OUI (Operating a boat under the influence), and any other alcohol or drug related DUI violation. Mr. Buckallew has defended countless DUI cases throughout the State of Arizona over the course of his career, including most valley (and surrounding county) City/Municipal Courts, Justice Courts and Superior Courts. The Firm represents individuals in Mesa,
Apache Junction, Avondale and all other valley cities in Maricopa County, as well as throughout the State of Arizona. For more information on
DUI defense strategies, penalties and potential
MVD consequences, visit our DUI website
contact the Firm for a free, no obligation consultation with a
Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney.
Have a happy and safe 4th of July!
**This blog should be used for informational purposes only. It does not create an attorney-client relationship with any reader and should not be construed as legal advice. If you need legal advice, please contact the Firm to schedule a consultation regarding your case.