The aftermath of your Arizona DUI conviction may include a hearing before a judge, a heavy fine, jail time or probation, damage to your reputation and increased insurance premiums.
And the bad news doesn’t end there.
Due to the importance of background checks used by landlords and employers in recent years, you could run into all kinds of problems with obtaining housing and a job, even after this legal crisis is behind you.
You will feel as if your every move is being monitored. Your job interviews can end before they begin, once a prospective employer gets word of your conviction. A mortgage banker or landlord could take a dim view of your criminal background. Suddenly, you have no place to stay and no means of support. This is no way to live.
Fortunately, there could be a way around this bleak future, if you retain DUI defense counsel who knows the factors that make drunk driving arrests problematic, who knows how to negotiate with prosecutors, and how to aggressively litigate against them in court if necessary. Steven Zachary in Gilbert is that kind of dedicated advocate.
Steven Zachary of The Zachary Law Group is a skilled, experienced, client-committed criminal defense attorney. He is dedicated to protecting the rights of his Arizona clients accused of drunk driving, driving with a suspended or revoked license, and vehicular manslaughter or vehicular homicide.
If you have been arrested for DUI, here is the good news: every problem has a solution. You can take it lightly, you can take your chances, you can address it or you can … “Zach it.” The law is on your side. Call today and take your worry away with an initial consultation at Steven Zachary’s Gilbert law office. Call 480-389-3533.