Chandler Under 21 DUI Charge
DUI charges can be difficult to face, however if you have been charged with DUI and you are under the age of 21 (the legal drinking age in Arizona) then you could face very serious and long-lasting penalties if you are convicted of this charge. One major repercussion of being convicted of this charge is that you will have a mark on your record. This mark can prevent you from obtaining a commercial license, or finding work in a commercial driving field for the rest of your life. Among other penalties, this can be difficult to deal with. For this reason it is imperative that you have skilled and experienced legal representation on your side throughout the duration of your case.
Penalties for a first conviction of drinking and driving while under the age of 21 may include the following:
- License suspension for 24 months, however you may be eligible for a restricted permit at the court's discretion
- Ignition interlock device in all vehicles for three years
- Class one misdemeanor criminal record for life
- Possible probation
- Education classes, community service and or other penalties at the court's discretion
- Fines and surcharges
These penalties can result in serious lifelong repercussions if you are convicted of this crime. Your future is vitally important and you should never be convicted of a crime that you did not commit. There are many cases where evidence is compromised or mixed-up and individuals are convicted of DUI charges that they are not guilty of.Charged With Underage DUI?
At the Law Offices of Trent R. Buckallew PC, attorney Buckallew has been serving the Chandler, Arizona residents in various criminal defense matters for 13 years with a long history of success in the cases that he handles. Attorney Buckallew has his Master of forensic science which means that he has skill and experience in evaluating evidence of various kinds. If you choose to work with this firm you can be sure that you will be represented by a skilled and experienced representative and that they will fight aggressively for your rights, your goals and your desires in your case.