Experienced DUI And Traffic Violation Attorneys
A DUI arrest triggers two separate proceedings with immediate and long-term consequences. The criminal charges may result in jail or other punishment, and the administrative license proceeding may result in loss of driving privileges. These penalties in turn can create havoc for current or future employment and other aspects of your life.
The criminal defense attorneys of Faith, Ledyard & Faith, PLC, in Avondale, Arizona, provide aggressive, experienced representation for drunk driving and license suspension, as well as other serious traffic offenses. We have successfully challenged DUI/DWI charges for clients in West Valley communities, Greater Phoenix and Maricopa County.
Call 623-806-8994 for a free consultation.
A History Of Success Defending Against DUI & DWI Charges
Our priority is to give you the best possible defense by thoroughly examining all of the evidence in your case, including the procedures followed by the officers and the technicians and the calibration and maintenance records of the Intoxilyzer machine and other forensic equipment used by the state. Machinery and equipment can malfunction no matter how sophisticated, and human beings make mistakes no matter how well-trained. Our attorneys have defended and prosecuted hundreds of cases, so they know how to explore every possible defense for you.
We handle all DUI/DWI cases and related matters:
- First offense and repeat offense DUI
- Extreme DUI (blood alcohol content, or BAC, of .15 or greater)
- Felony DUI (third offense or DUI injury accident)
- Under 21 or commercial drivers
- Refusal of a breath test
Limiting The Impact Of Traffic Violations
Certain traffic offenses are misdemeanor crimes with possible jail time. But a “simple” traffic ticket can also result in license suspension if you have too many prior infractions. Adding that to the fines and a substantial hike in your car insurance premiums makes even small tickets worth fighting.
We have successfully defended such cases as:
- Driving while license suspended
- Reckless driving or racing
- Leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident (hit-and-run)
- Speeding tickets
- School bus/school zone/construction zone violations
- Running a traffic light or stop sign