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Various DUI Charges.

Every DUI case is different.  The one thing that those who have successfully battled DUI charges have in common is that they all have received help from someone who understands the implications of Arizona DUI law.  With the help of experienced and aggressive DUI attorneys, you stand a much better chance of reaching a positive conclusion to this frightening situation than if you attempt to handle it yourself.

•    First Time Offenders  
•    Aggravated DUI
•    Extreme DUI
•    Felony DUI
•    Multiple DUI Defense
•    Super Extreme DUI

A DUI conviction is nothing to laugh at.  It can cost you thousands of dollars, cause you to lose your driver’s license for an extended period of time and even result in jail time.  DUI defense lawyers can help those who are charged with these serious crimes obtain less serious penalties or sentences.  In some cases, they can have the charges dismissed altogether.   

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 The Phoenix criminal law firm of Oswalt Law Group offers experienced handling of all types of criminal cases in Arizona. Whether you or a loved one are accused of a misdemeanor or a felony, it is important that you have professional legal representation during this time. Having a good criminal lawyer can mean the difference between paying thousands of dollars in fines and facing jail time, or clearing your record and moving on with your life.

At Oswalt Law Group, we always offer a free consultation on all criminal charges. You may speak to a professional lawyer at any time and ask questions about your case so that you have a proper understanding of the issues facing you.

You can lose everything, including your freedom, and we want to help!
We know Arizona law, so here’s a few reasons to give us a call or set up a free consultation:

Extreme DUI  
While most DUIs are “simple” and result from a traffic stop or a minor accident, there are also DUIs that are considered “extreme.”  That term has a definitive legal meaning in Arizona; an “extreme DUI” is a DUI charge based on a blood alcohol content between .150 and .200 percent.  Under the Arizona Revised Statutes, Section 28-1382, extreme DUI can incur harsher penalties than a standard DUI. A conviction may include penalties such as driver’s license suspension, fines of about $2,700, minimum jail time of 30 days and more.
 

Aggravated DUI
An aggravated DUI is a class 4 felony.  This type of crime is charged with a person is driving with any amount of alcohol in his or her system and also commits one of the following: 

  • Is driving on a suspended, restricted, cancelled or revoked drivers’ license or has never had a valid license
  • Has two DUI convictions within seven years of the current charge 
  • Has been ordered to have but was not using an ignition interlock device

Phoenix

300 West Clarendon, 
Suite 290
Phoenix, AZ 85013

Tempe

3933 S McClintock Drive, 
Suite 500
Tempe, AZ 85282

Peoria

14050 North 83rd Avenue Suite 175
Peoria, AZ, 85381

We have three locations around the valley

(602) 225-2222

*When requested, for misdemeanor cases only.
The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation.

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Multiple DUI Offender
Under Arizona DUI law, drivers who are convicted of more than one DUI in a given time period suffer increasing penalties such as higher fines, longer license suspension and increasing amounts of jail time.  Further, a second, third or subsequent DUI conviction has far-reaching effects on your ability to hold a job and find affordable car insurance. A DUI defense attorney may be able to help you mitigate the damage caused by an accusation of multiple DUI offenses.

Super Extreme DUI
Arizona law may not mention “super extreme DUI” by name, but the law certainly allows prosecutors to use extremely high BACs as the basis for seeking harsher punishments.  In order to be convicted of a super extreme DUI, the driver must be shown to have been in the physical control of a vehicle within two hours of being tested at such a high BAC. 

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Mitchell Weinstein is an Associate Attorney in the Criminal Defense Department at the Oswalt Law Group, P.C. Mr. Weinstein came to the Oswalt Law Group, P.C. after working for a time in the Public Defender’s Office. During his time at the Public Defender’s Office, Mr. Weinstein represented clients in all types of criminal cases, including homicide, sex crimes, white collar crimes, DUI’s, burglaries, drug sales and drug possession, dangerous felonies, and misdemeanors. Since joining the Oswalt Law Group, P.C. Mr. Weinstein has concentrated his skills on criminal defense matters and continues to assist clients in all types of criminal cases with a heavy concentration on DUI cases. Mr. Weinstein prides himself on aggressively and competently representing the firm’s clients.

Mr. Weinstein received his Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Broadcast Journalism and Telecommunications and later attended the Thomas M. Cooley Law School and and graduated in 2008 with his Juris Doctorate.

Mr. Weinstein enjoys honing his bbq skills, attending Knockout Fitness classes, and playing the guitar.

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Extreme DUI  
While most DUIs are “simple” and result from a traffic stop or a minor accident, there are also DUIs that are considered “extreme.”  That term has a definitive legal meaning in Arizona; an “extreme DUI” is a DUI charge based on a blood alcohol content between .150 and .200 percent.  Under the Arizona Revised Statutes, Section 28-1382, extreme DUI can incur harsher penalties than a standard DUI. A conviction may include penalties such as driver’s license suspension, fines of about $2,700, minimum jail time of 30 days and more. 
 

Aggravated DUI
An aggravated DUI is a class 4 felony.  This type of crime is charged with a person is driving with any amount of alcohol in his or her system and also commits one of the following: 

  • Is driving on a suspended, restricted, cancelled or revoked drivers’ license or has never had a valid license
  • Has two DUI convictions within seven years of the current charge 
  • Has been ordered to have but was not using an ignition interlock device

Multiple DUI Offender

Under Arizona DUI law, drivers who are convicted of more than one DUI in a given time period suffer increasing penalties such as higher fines, longer license suspension and increasing amounts of jail time.  Further, a second, third or subsequent DUI conviction has far-reaching effects on your ability to hold a job and find affordable car insurance. A DUI defense attorney may be able to help you mitigate the damage caused by an accusation of multiple DUI offenses.

Super Extreme DUI
Arizona law may not mention “super extreme DUI” by name, but the law certainly allows prosecutors to use extremely high BACs as the basis for seeking harsher punishments.  In order to be convicted of a super extreme DUI, the driver must be shown to have been in the physical control of a vehicle within two hours of being tested at such a high BAC. 

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