Arizona DUI Lawyers Corso & Rhude Caution Against Drinking and Driving This Fourth of July Weekend

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Drinking and driving never mix but the Arizona DUI lawyers at Corso & Rhude know Arizona DUIs are even more dangerous over the July 4th weekend. The Arizona DUI lawyers at Corso & Rhude know the long Fourth of July weekend can be a dangerous proposition for many Arizonans.


Scottsdale, AZ, USA, June 23, 2014 -(PressReleasePoint)- Drinking and driving never mix but the Arizona DUI lawyers at Corso & Rhude know Arizona DUIs are even more dangerous over the July 4th weekend.
 
The Arizona DUI lawyers at Corso & Rhude know the long Fourth of July weekend can be a dangerous proposition for many Arizonans.

“It’s really about letting your guard down,” said Arizona DUI lawyer John Rhude of Corso & Rhude. “Long holiday weekends always pose trouble for Arizona DUIs because many people host backyard parties or barbecues, forget that they’ve been drinking all day long and then get in a car to run to the store or drive a loved one home. It’s a summer recipe for disaster.”
 
The hazards of drinking and driving in Arizona are very familiar to Rhude and his fellow Arizona DUI lawyer Christopher Corso. The pair previously prosecuted DUIs, DWIs and OUIs for the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Combined, they have handled more than 15,000 DUI cases as prosecutors and defense attorneys.
 
“In the time, we’ve seen a lot of different scenarios for being arrested for an Arizona DUI but one thing remains the same – drinking and driving don’t mix, especially in Arizona, which has some of the nation’s toughest DUI laws,” Corso said. “That’s why it’s so important to have an experienced DUI lawyer on your side.”
 
For people suspected of a DUI in Arizona, Rhude cautions that they must understand their rights including the right to remain silent; only providing insurance, registration and identification; and refusing to submit to all field sobriety tests.
 
According to Rhude, a blood and alcohol test is the only test a person suspected of drunk driving should take. 
 
Arizona takes DUI laws very seriously, Rhude said, even for first time offenders. Any person found guilty of drinking and driving is required to serve a minimum of 24 hours in jail, even if there were no damages or injuries involved. Heavy fines are also included with DUI convictions and can be as high as $2,500 plus additional charges. Other penalties assessed include suspension of driving privileges, probation and the installation of an ignition interlock device.
 
Every DUI defense case in Arizona is different, and the outcome is dependent upon the specific facts and circumstances surrounding the DUI charges, which makes having an experienced Arizona DUI defense attorney even more important. In addition to DUIs and DWIs, the Arizona criminal defense attorneys at Corso & Rhude handle myriad criminal cases, including domestic violence defense, possession of drugs, felony drug charges, photo radar, criminal speeding, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession.

Corso & Rhude’s Arizona DUI attorneys do everything in their power to protect defendants’ families and advocate for their rights. They have the experience and expertise to deal with DUI charges in Arizona and will fight to get the charges dismissed while counseling the accused’s family.

To schedule a free consultation, please visit www.corsorhude.com or call (480) 471-4616. The Law Office of Corso & Rhude, PLLC is located at 14500 N. Northsight Blvd., Suite 116 in Scottsdale, Arizona, 85260.
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