The Arizona Republic reports that around 4,000 people were pulled over
on suspicion of drunk driving during the holiday season through the end of 2013.
Notice how we use the word "suspicion?" You aren't automatically
guilty just because you've been pulled over and arrested for
driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
While the police might have had a suspicion that you weren't sober
behind the wheel, the rules say they have to prove it in court. And prove
it beyond any reasonable doubt.
And while it may not have seemed like it when the police were arresting
you, you have very important and powerful rights on your side. The infographic
- " You Have the Right to Remain Out of Prison" - published
on the Blaze website and produced by Online-Paralegal-Programs.com, does
a good job of illustrating some of the rights you have.
An experienced DUI lawyer in Phoenix can help you put your rights to work.
This can result in reduction of the charges against you or even complete
dismissal of your case.
The police have arrested you on a mere "suspicion." Let us help
you make sure your rights don't get trampled any further. Let us help
you aggressively defend your case.