The number of people being charged with OUI (Operating Under the Influence) while boating in Arizona is high and seems to peak around holidays like Memorial Day and Labor Day. Law enforcement officials are ever-present at the different lakes in Arizona and it’s important that drivers and visitors know their rights if faced with OUI charges.
If convicted of OUI in Arizona, you could face a minimum of 10 days in jail and could be forced to pay expensive fines. OUI is a Class 1 Misdemeanor and should be defended as the serious situation it is. With your freedom and rights on the line, only a qualified and aggressive attorney can discover defense options such as false tests, arrest without reasonable suspicion or testing on outdated or uncalibrated testing machines.
If you have been arrested for OUI or find yourself facing charges you believe are unfair, contact Charlie Naegle right away. Charlie is dedicated to defending his clients and has the knowledge and experience to help you get the best outcome in your case.
Call Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys at 480-245-5550 for your free consultation.